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Jess Root

Commanders injury report: Terry McLaurin ready, Chase Young questionable

The Washington Commanders are set to host the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday at FedEx Field in front of a sold-out crowd for their season opener. After wrapping up their week of practice, they have released their final injury report and will have their best offensive player ready to play.

Their best pass rusher, though, is questionable. The details of the final injury report are below.

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Ruled out

WR Dax Milne (groin)

Milne was placed on injured reserve and will not play for at least the first four games of the season.


DE James Smith-Williams (oblique), DE Chase Young (neck)

Young was limited all week and we will see if he plays. His absence would make things easier for the Cardinals, for sure.

Smith-Williams popped up on the injury report on Friday. He was limited.

No game designation

WR Terry McLaurin (toe), CB Benjamin St.-Juste (ankle)

St.-Juste was a full participant all week. McLaurin, after being limited Wednesday with turf toe, was a full go the final two days.

Cardinals' final Week 1 injury report

Ruled out

  • OL Kelvin Beachum (hand)


  • WR Marquise Brown (hamstring)
  • TE Zach Ertz (knee)
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