Neither move was hardly a surprise and what's next for both remains to be seen as Washington and Minnesota shopped the receivers, but obviously found no suitors.
Of the two, Doctson was certainly the more productive as he's coming off a 44-catch 2018 season in which he tallied 532 receiving yards and had six touchdown grabs in 2017. It wasn't enough to hold a spot for him on the roster as the Redskins will give a chance to younger talent such as Trey Quinn and Terry McLaurin, as Paul Richardson is likely to be the team's No. 1.
Hardly a surprise, it marks the conclusion that many saw coming even before training camp began as Chad Beebe emerged as the team's No. 3 receiver.
The 24-year-old never found his way in Minnesota as three seasons of toiling totaled but 56 receptions for 517 yards and one singular touchdown.
In 2018, Treadwell produced 35 catches for 302 yards and the aforementioned TD. Those numbers were all career-highs.