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31. Doug Baldwin

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31. Doug Baldwin

Doug Baldwin had an excellent career with Stanford, but it did not result in a draft pick in 2011.  The Seattle Seahawks signed him, and Baldwin made the team, which would be the only franchise he would play for in the National Football League.

Baldwin did well as a rookie with 788 Yards, and he had similar numbers in 2013 and 2014, where he was seeing more downs.  He helped the Seahawks win Super Bowl XLVIII, and reach the following year, and as Seattle was good when he played, he had a lot of playoff time.  Baldwin had 734 post-season yards with six TDs in 13 playoff games.

In terms of regular seasons, Baldwin reached the four-digit mark in Receiving Yards in 2015 and 2016.  2015 was especially strong for Baldwin, where his 1,069 Yards with a league-leading 14 Touchdowns.

After failing a physical, he was released in 2019 and would retire shortly after.  Baldwin would have 6,563 Receiving Yards with 49 Touchdowns.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Wide Receiver
  • Acquired: Signed as an Undrafted Free Agent in 2011.
  • Departed: Released 5/9/19.
  • Games Played: 123
  • Notable Statistics:

    90 Games Started
    493 Receptions
    6,563 Receiving Yards
    49 Receiving Touchdowns
    9 Rushing Attempts
    6 Rushing Yards
    6 Punt Returns
    42 Punt Return Yards
    9 Kick Returns
    178 Kick Return Yards
    1 Pass Completion
    1 Pass Attempt
    15 Passing Yards
    1 Passing Touchdown
    64 Approximate Value

  • Major Accolades and Awards:

    Super Bowl Champion (XLVIII)
    Pro Bowl (2016 & 2017)
    Most Receiving Touchdowns (2015)
    Most Touchdowns (2015)

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