Commanders QB Linking Up With Terry McLaurin Ahead of Camp

July 18, 2023

Athlete Studio

The Washington Commanders are gearing up for an exciting season as they begin reporting to training camp next week. With rookies scheduled to report on July 21, a few days before the veterans, anticipation is building for what lies ahead.

In preparation for the rigorous camp, a group of Commanders recently gathered in Florida to fine-tune their skills. Among them were quarterbacks Sam Howell and Jacoby Brissett, wide receivers Terry McLaurin and Jahan Dotson, running back Brian Robinson Jr., and other key players. This dedicated group is determined to stay sharp and maximize their performance ahead of the upcoming training camp.

One standout player who was present during the Florida training session is Washington wide receiver Dyami Brown. Brown, who was Howell's college teammate at North Carolina, has been diligently working out with Howell throughout the offseason. During his final two college seasons, Brown achieved record-breaking numbers with Howell throwing him the football. As the former third-round pick, could Brown emerge as a breakout candidate in the 2023 season?

Terry McLaurin, one of the team's star wide receivers, mentioned that it was the quarterbacks, both Howell and Brissett, who organized this training event. McLaurin's acknowledgment of their efforts highlights the camaraderie and unity within the team.

With the start of training camp on the horizon, the Washington Commanders are ready to hit the ground running. As real football approaches, fans can't help but feel the excitement building. Stay tuned for more updates on the team's progress as they prepare for an action-packed season.

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