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10/20/17 - WR Laquon Treadwell was fined of $24,309 for an illegal blindside block, according to the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
10/16/17 - WR Laquon Treadwell had the best game of his very disappointing two-year career.
Given more opportunities with Stefon Diggs sidelined, the former first-round draft pick caught three passes for a career-high 51 yards. He made a leaping one-handed grab for a 25-yard gain.
10/02/17 - WR Laquon Treadwell continues to disappoint. After Jerick McKinnon's 32-yard kickoff return gave the Vikings the ball at their 39, offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur called for a deep ball to Treadwell. The kind of contested, down-the-field play that prompted the Vikings to draft Treadwell in the first round last year. But Treadwell jumped too soon and was overpowered by two defensive backs, one of whom easily swatted the ball away. Treadwell didn't have a catch on two targets.
09/18/17 - WR Laquon Treadwell was targeted a career-high six times. Last year's first-round draft pick still shows a lack of speed that hinders his ability to separate. He had three catches for 33 yards, including a long of 15.
09/01/17 - WR Laquon Treadwell caught one ball for nine yards in the preseason finale as he continues his attempt to prove he was worth a first-round draft pick in 2016.
He missed the first two preseason games because of a hamstring injury. He just doesn't appear to have adequate speed for a player of his draft status.
08/29/17 - WR Laquon Treadwell finally suited up for a preseason game after missing the first two because of a hamstring injury.
And he did take a step forward in his efforts to start proving he was worth a first-round draft pick last year. He was targeted three times and caught all three balls for 36 yards. Treadwell's efforts to prove himself will be aided by Michael Floyd's four-game suspension to start the season. Floyd has had the better camp and, frankly, is the better player. He absence gives Treadwell more opportunities as the No. 3 receiver.
08/25/17 - WR Laquon Treadwell needs to start proving himself. He's finally healthy after missing the first two preseason games because of a hamstring injury. He's expected to play Sunday against the 49ers. He needs extra reps, and needs to finally do something to show any kind of potential to explain why the team took him in the first round of last year's draft. He had one catch during an injury-riddled rookie season.
08/16/17 - WR Laquon Treadwell returned to practice after missing several days and the preseason opener because of a hamstring injury. He should be able to play Friday at Seattle. Last year's first-round draft pick needs to start proving he can stay healthy enough to contribute. Injuries played a big role in him having only one catch as a rookie.
08/06/17 - WR Laquon Treadwell, whose rookie season was rocked by injuries, has already missed three days of practice because of a calf injury. He denies that the injury came during an on-field fight with safety Antone Exum Jr. Treadwell, the first-round draft pick a year ago, needs to get back on the field. The team wants him to win the No. 3 receiver role, but he's sliding. Michael Floyd has had a better camp, while veteran Jarius Wright has maintained his usual steady play.
08/01/17 - WR Laquon Treadwell, last year's first-round draft pick, has made strides since a rookie season that saw him catch only one pass. But he still needs a lot of work with QB Sam Bradford to develop a chemistry, especially on deep balls. Bradford, an accurate deep-ball thrower, has been misjudging Treadwell's speed and overthrowing him consistently.