The Facts: In an offseason that has seen record-breaking contracts for wide receivers, some of the NFL's top young players at the position are looking for new deals of their own. Sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter that Commanders receiver McLaurin is among them. McLaurin plans to report on time for the start of Washington's program, a source told Schefter, but is not expected to take part in any on-field work.
Diehards Line:McLaurin was a third-round selection in 2019 and has one year remaining on his rookie contract. He is now in line for new deals at a time when wide receivers are getting record deals. McLaurin, 26, enjoyed another productive season in 2021 despite Washington's inconsistency at quarterback. He had 1,053 yards -- his second straight 1,000-yard season -- and five TDs on 77 receptions. ... We'll be following up as needed.