Terry McLaurin to play in Lucas Oil Stadium

Washington Commanders wide receiver Terry McLaurin has played some big games in Lucas Oil Stadium. He was part of two state championship teams at Cathedral High School and two Big Ten championship teams with Ohio State.

The 2013 Indiana Mr. Football is eager to return to the stadium for the first time as an NFL player Sunday when the Commanders visit the Indianapolis Colts.

“I’d be lying if I didn’t say it’s kind of cool to go back to where I grew up,” McLaurin said Wednesday in front of his locker.

“I was a Colts fan, sitting in Section 540 with my dad. So I had a lot of memories about Indianapolis. It’s going to be cool to be able to be on the field. As an opposing player, that’s kind of crazy, but that’s how blessed I’ve been.”

McLaurin added: “To be able to come back and share that moment with my family and my close friends, that’s pretty cool. At the end of the day, I want to win this game.”

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