Injury Report: Terry McLaurin, Alex Smith, Antonio Gibson all questionable vs. Eagles

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There is a lot of uncertainty when it comes to the injury report in Washington, with the top three offensive weapons — Alex Smith, Terry McLaurin, and Antonio Gibson — all being listed as questionable to play vs. the Eagles on Sunday in a win-or-go-home game.

McLaurin missed last week’s game against the Carolina Panthers, and while he was able to go through some individual work this week in practice, he may not healthy enough to play. At this point, the hope is that he can at the very least be ready to play in a potential playoff game, should Washington beat the Eagles on Sunday.

Both Smith and Gibson are listed as questionable as well, which was at times in doubt this week with both missing some practice. While Smith progressively got more reps and work in practice, Gibson was absent both Thursday and Friday, though coach Ron Rivera explained it was more precautionary than anything. We will wait until Sunday morning likely to find out further status for any of these players.