McLaurin has been working out in Virginia with teammates Dwayne Haskins, Steven Sims and Kelvin Harmon, Zach Selby of the team's official website reports.
Each of the four was a rookie last season and a key part of the Washington passing game late in the year. McLaurin, of course, was by far the most impressive of the bunch, putting up 409 yards and five touchdowns through his first five games en route to finishing the year with 919 receiving yards in 14 appearances. He missed Week 17 with a concussion, but there hasn't been any suggestion that the head injury impacted his offseason routine. While Sims and Harmon may need to battle for roles during training camp, McLaurin appears locked in as the No. 1 receiver under new offensive coordinator Scott Turner.