One Seahawks player that really stood out to David Boling of the News Tribune this spring was wide receiver Doug Baldwin.
All have looked good in the OTAs and minicamp, but a real standout at the position, in my opinion, was Doug Baldwin. And at times, rookie receiver Chris Harper was impressive, and, at 234 pounds, offers another unique option. So, a bigger question is how the relatively few passes will be apportioned to keep these guys happy. It’s a good situation for coach Pete Carroll, whose goal to foment competition at every position is certainly in effect at wide receiver.
After a very impressive rookie year in 2011, Baldwin didn’t play very well in 2012 after being slowed down at times with injuries.
Aside from Percy Harvin, the Seahawks don’t have a clear cut guy that can be a playmaker week in and week out. Sidney Rice has been injury-prone and Golden Tate isn’t consistent enough. Baldwin can be another big play threat on a weekly basis for Seattle.
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