WR - BAL
Week 4 Outlook
Laquon Treadwell plans to sign to the Ravens' practice squad on Wednesday.
Treadwell was released by the Ravens on Tuesday, but he plans to sign with the team's practice squad on Wednesday. He won't be on the active roster, but the team can choose to elevate him on a given week if they feel the need to. He doesn't hold any fantasy value unless Baltimore suffers multiple injuries to their top wide receivers.
According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, veteran WR Laquon Treadwell has signed a one-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens
Treadwell has played seven seasons in the NFL, suiting up for four different teams. However, Treadwell has never found solid footing with one team, totaling 110 career catches, though he showed promise in 2021 with the Jaguars. His deal with the Ravens will give him a chance to compete during minicamp for a roster spot in Baltimore. The Ravens have Andy Isabella, James Proche II, Tylan Wallace and Dontay Demus Jr., all of whom may compete with Treadwell for an active roster spot in 2023.
Laquon Treadwell caught two passes for 15 yards on Sunday against the Jets.
Taking over the Seahawks WR3 role with Marquise Goodwin sidelined, Treadwell caught a pair of passes from Geno Smith. He should hold a similar role next week against the Rams.
Laquon Treadwell caught three passes for 26 yards on Saturday against the Chiefs.
With Tyler Lockett sidelined and Marquise Goodwin leaving the game at one point, Treadwell stepped up as the Seahawks No. 2 wide receiver for Geno Smith. He remains off the fantasy radar regardless.
WR Laquon Treadwell was signed to Seattle's active roster ahead of Week 16.
Treadwell has been on Seattle's practice squad for some time but was officially elevated to the 53-man roster on Tuesday. He will serve as a depth piece in the Seattle receiver room. It would likely take multiple injuries ahead of him for Treadwell to provide any type of fantasy value this season.