NFL draft round 1 live analysis: Texans, Redskins start wide receiver run after Tunsil slides

Laremy Tunsil was the draft’s 13th pick. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

The 2016 draft is underway. Stick here as The Washington Post’s NFL team sprints through Round 1 with live analysis and the latest news and rumors.

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23. Minnesota Vikings

Team needs: WR, OL

The pick: Laquon Treadwell | WR | Mississippi

The Vikings selecting Laquon Treadwell is a sensible, far-from-surprising choice. They needed another wide receiver to help their young quarterback, Teddy Bridgewater, and this was the portion of the opening round in which the wideouts were expected to come off the board quickly. Unfortunately for the Bengals, who are up next and lost Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu in free agency, the top four wide receivers are now gone. — Mark Maske

What he brings: He’s the prototype, next-level big receiver, but he won’t run away from cornerbacks or get a ton of separation in

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