WATCH: Tress Way’s son is a big Terry McLaurin fan

Washington Commanders punter Tress Way is the team’s longest-tenured player. Washington claimed Way off waivers from the Chicago Bears in Aug. 2014, and he’s been the team’s punter for the past nine seasons.

Way is a two-time Pro Bowler and was also named second-team All-Pro in 2019.

Way is one of five Commanders making the trip to Las Vegas this weekend for the new Pro Bowl Games. Instead of an actual game, the Pro Bowl Games consist of different skills competitions and three 7-on-7 flag football games instead of the normal Pro Bowl game.

One of the Commanders making the trip to Las Vegas with Way for this weekend’s festivities is wide receiver Terry McLaurin.

And that’s the best part of the weekend for Way’s young son, Beau.

Beau did a lot of fun things during his time in Vegas, but just seeing Washington’s star wideout was his favorite part of the weekend. In addition, Beau was wearing his McLaurin shirt.

McLaurin was happy to see Beau, too.

Washington fans of all ages love Terry McLaurin.

Story originally appeared on Commanders Wire