Outside of some sore ribs and an ankle that was a little gimpy, injuries never became a major problem for Doug Baldwin during his breakout rookie season.
It's why Baldwin was able to lead the Seattle Seahawks in receiving, becoming the first undrafted rookie to lead his team in pass catches in more than 50 years.
This year, it's been a different health story for Baldwin, who will miss Sunday's game at Detroit with a high left ankle sprain.
He suffered the injury on a punt return last Thursday against San Francisco when teammate Chris Maragos shoved San Francisco's Dashon Goldson, who fell into Baldwin's legs. Seattle coach Pete Carroll announced Wednesday that Baldwin would not play against the Lions, marking the second game this season that Baldwin has missed.
He did not play in Week 3 against Green Bay after suffering a shoulder injury in practice.
''He hasn't been healthy. Really, I think he just hasn't had any continuity to this offseason. He was hampered all the way back i...