Wide receiver Terry McLaurin and tackle Morgan Moses are both expected to play on Monday evening for Washington after being listed as questionable, according to a report by John Keim of ESPN.
McLaurin was listed on Washington’s practice report late in the week with an ankle injury that has apparently been bothering him for several weeks, but has yet to keep him out of a game.
A second-year player out of Ohio State, McLaurin was a third-round pick in 2019, but has quickly become a star. He finished with 919 receiving yards as a rookie and has already exceeded that total this year. He’s currently seventh in the NFL with 963 yards this season.
Moses was listed as limited in practice on Thursday with a groin injury, but was a full participant on Friday and Saturday.
Moses has played in 91 consecutive games, all for Washington, which has him tied for second amongst NFL tackles with Steelers left tackle Alejandro Villanueva for the most consecutive games played. Jake Matthews of the Atlanta Falcons has played 105 straight games.