Vikings rookie wide receiver Laquon Treadwell received a special gift for his 21st birthday. Teammates Kyle Rudolph and Teddy Bridgewater flooded Treadwell’s shiny new car with packets of fruit snacks.


The Vikings documented the friendly prank and show Treadwell, the team's first-round draft pick, walking to his car in disbelief while Rudolph sang “Happy Birthday” to him.

“First day he drove [his new car] to the office. Then he parked in Teddy’s spot twice. And it’s his birthday,” Rudolph said in the Vikings video.

The fruit snacks poured out of the car when Treadwell opened the front driver’s side door.

“I’m going to take these and donate them to every family in America,” Treadwell joked in the video.

Treadwell posted his own video on Instagram where he is heard laughing and saying "This is the rookie treatment."

Treadwell was the 23rd overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft and is expected to be one of Bridgewater’s top targets this season. 
 

 

This what happens when your rookie and your birthday is during Minicamp.. @vikings

A video posted by Laquon Treadwell (@successfulquon) on

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