Sure, the ever-improving route-running, the key catches and the scores are what Washington pays Terry McLaurin for on game days - and the sorts of things that get plenty of attention around the NFL and from fans. When Washington takes its 4-7 record and playoff chances in the miserable NFC East to Pittsburgh to face the Steelers (11-0) and their stingy defense Monday, McLaurin, a third-round draft pick out of Ohio State, will represent the visitor's most dependable and dynamic pass-catcher.
Wes Schweitzer loves spiking footballs more than the Jets love losing. On Thursday, the offensive lineman dove in to why he enjoys the post-TD act so much.
Both safety Deshazor Everett and LT Cornelius Lucas practice in full on Thursday, pointing to potential return on Monday night.