Terry McLaurin Reveals Potential Breakout Player in Redskins Offense for 2020

Jason Schandl
Redskins wide receiver Terry McLaurin reveals a possible 2020 breakout player in the offense.
Redskins wide receiver Terry McLaurin reveals a possible 2020 breakout player in the offense. / Mark Brown/Getty Images
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The Washington Redskin's offense is coming off a disappointing 2019 season, but they are loaded with young talent. Led by sophomore QB Dwayne Haskins and second-year wideout Terry McLaurin, there's plenty of room for optimism.

In a recent interview, McLaurin revealed there's another young player in the offense that fans should get excited about.

Sims was an undrafted free agent in 2019 after racking up 2,582 yards and 19 touchdowns across four seasons at Kansas. He immediately saw playing time on special teams, handling kick return duties starting in Week 1, but he also started to see some increased work on offense down the stretch.

Sims hadn't seen more than four targets in any game through Week 13, but then he closed out the year seeing 7, 11, 10 and 8 targets across his final four games. He turned those 36 targets into 20 receptions, 230 yards and 4 touchdowns.

With plenty of young potential stars on both sides of the ball, fans in Washington will hope to see the team take a step in the right direction in 2020 under new head coach Ron Rivera.


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