Washington Redskins rookie wide receiver Terry McLaurin has just introduced himself to the Philadelphia Eagles, and with it, the entirety of the NFL. He ran right past cornerback Rasul Douglas, getting wide open for quarterback Case Keenum to hit him in stride.
McLaurin, a product of the Ohio State Buckeyes, was drafted in the third round. Known as being a burner, he showed the exact skill-set he was drafted to do on the play. It was his second catch on the day.
The Redskins are now up 17-0 over Philadelphia.