Washington leaders got a big deal with Terry McLaurin’s contract

Washington leaders gave Terry McLaurin the contract he wanted, and signed Ohio State producer for three years.

The leaders didn’t want to risk losing the arguably best offensive threat they signed up to for a long-term extension to keep McLaurin in Washington.

The deal itself is said to be a three-year, $71 million extension. It would place him among the top 5 highest paid players in football per AAV. However, according to Matt Verderam of the FanSided NFL, those surrounding the league believe Washington got a robbery.

While Verderame points out that most around the NFL thought McLaurin would sign AJ Brown money, it instead took years and AAV fewer newly acquired Eagles wide.

Washington leaders steal Terry McLaurin’s contract

McClurin may have taken less AAV due to his signature bonus, which By Adam Schefter and ESPN It was the largest wide receiver ever. The former Buckeye received $28 million once the ink ran dry. It’s hard to miss, and makes some history.

The contract avoids a downright headache for Ron Rivera & Co. McLaurin has already skipped the OTA and some mandatory mini campers. After that it will be a training camp, and this is a dangerous area for both sides.

McLaurin will be catching balls from new quarterback Carson Wentz this season, so it’s imperative that the two get some work in order for this marriage to work. The leaders hope to be a surprise contender in the NFC East. Dallas won the division last year.

The 26-year-old crossed 1,000 yards in his first three years on the job professionally. With a new contract in place, both McClurin and leaders hope he can reach new heights in no time.



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