Doug Baldwin WR SEA 9 Days

Baldwin had three catches (six targets) for 35 yards in Sunday's loss at San Diego.

Despite a mediocre stat line, Baldwin actually was second on Seattle in receiving. Russell Wilson did take attempt a couple of longer throws to Baldwin, but the pair could not connect. Even though Baldwin is technically a starter on the team, it's going to be difficult to predict which weeks he steps up.

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Baldwin caught three passes for 14 yards on five targets in Thursday's season-opening 36-16 win over the Packers.

A quiet first game for Baldwin, who is locked into a starting role. While a solid player who figures to log well over 50 percent of his team's offensive snaps, Baldwin doesn't make many big plays, and his targets will likely be inconsistent from week-to-week.

Doug Baldwin WR SEA 1 Month

Baldwin caught one pass for two yards on two targets in Friday's preseason game against the Chargers.

Though his stat line was nothing to get excited about, Baldwin drew a long pass-interference penalty, and then later had a 13-yard touchdown reception overturned on replay. He and Percy Harvin are quite clearly the top two options in the Seattle passing game, but the team's emphasis on running may still serve to limit Baldwin's targets.

Doug Baldwin WR SEA 4 Months

OC Darrell Bevell said Doug Baldwin will be moving to the "X" position this season.

Doug Baldwin WR SEA 4 Months

Seahawks signed restricted free agent WR Doug Baldwin to a three-year, $13 million contract.

Baldwin gets $9 million over the first two years. Not a bad haul for the former undrafted free agent out of Stanford. Baldwin (5-foot-10, 189) plays bigger than his size would indicate and has become a favorite target of Russell Wilson's. He has reliable hands and is coming of a 50-778-5 line in 2013. Entering his age-26 season, there isn't much room for statistical growth for Baldwin in one of the league's run-heaviest offenses. With Percy Harvin also returning to health, Baldwin is more WR4 than WR3. He should play every down, though. At OTAs, Baldwin is practicing at Z receiver with Harvin in the slot.

Doug Baldwin WR SEA 4 Months

Sources tell FOX Sports that the Seahawks and restricted free agent Doug Baldwin "have gotten closer on a deal."

Doug Baldwin WR SEA 4 Months

In a radio interview Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin said he will not hold out for a long-term contract.

Baldwin has yet to sign the one-year $2.187 million tender the Seahawks offered him, but there is zero chance he is not playing for Seattle Week 1. The two sides are currently in negotiations, and a long-term deal will likely get done before the season begins. Even if it doesn't, Baldwin looks ready to play out the season on his one-year tender.

Doug Baldwin WR SEA 4 Months

Doug Baldwin said he is currently in contract extension talks with the Seahawks.

Baldwin is a restricted free agent that hasn't yet signed his one-year, $2.187 million tender. He said the Seahawks made a long-term offer, and he has countered. Either way, he's going to be in Seattle this season, playing the role of underrated complement to Percy Harvin and Sidney Rice.

Doug Baldwin WR SEA 5 Months

Doug Baldwin believes he could sign a long-term contract this offseason.

A restricted free agent, Baldwin has yet to sign his one-year, $2.187 million tender, but can no longer talk with other teams. That means Seattle is his only option for 2014. "I will say things are going in the right direction," Baldwin said. "(We) are in preliminary talks. But hopefully we will figure something out soon." Baldwin is currently penciled in as a starter opposite Percy Harvin.

Doug Baldwin WR SEA 5 Months

The NFL's deadline for restricted free agents to sign offer sheets passed on Friday.

Doug Baldwin is the most notable restricted free agent that remains unsigned, although he was never a threat to leave Seattle. The Seahawks assigned him a second-round tender in March, worth $2.187 million. He'll sign it eventually.