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Wide Receiver, Seattle Seahawks

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College: Stanford
Ht: 5’10”  Wt: 189 DOB: 1988-09-21 Age: 28
WR Rank Tier ADP-12
#79 6 14.02

Season Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  Receiving Fantasy
Season Team G Target Rec Yard Avg TD FPts FPts/G
2011 SEA 16 1 85 51 788 15.5 4 102.6 6.4
2012 SEA 14 0 50 29 366 12.6 3 54.6 3.9
2012 (Projected) SEA       36 436 12.1 1 49.6  

2016 Outlook
Depth Chart
As an undrafted free agent out of Stanford, Baldwin wasnít on anybodyís fantasy roster entering 2011. There probably werenít many people that even expected him to be on Seattleís roster on opening day. However, he ended up being the teamís main receiving weapon out of the slot early in the season and by seasonís end, he was their main receiving weapon Ė period. Baldwin caught 51 of his 85 targets, a solid 60% completion to target percentage considering the teamís quarterback play, for 788 yards and four touchdowns. Baldwin contributed several big plays, finishing the year averaging 15.5 yards per catch. While Baldwin was a solid contributor last season, there is a reasonable case that his production was mainly due to opportunity and not his talent level. Baldwin isnít very big and although he is reasonably shifty, he isnít anywhere near a burner. The Seahawks would much rather have Golden Tate, Deon Butler or Kris Durham in the starting lineup and may even prefer having Tate out operate out of the sot. Monitor Baldwinís usage in the preseason and draft accordingly. Keep in mind that his production from last season may be his upper limit, leaving little room for upside.
Fan. Tm. Player
WR1WR1 Doug Baldwin
WR2WR2 Tyler Lockett
WR3WR3 Jermaine Kearse
WR4WR4 Paul Richardson
Seahawks Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Lockett to make Kearse a non-factor?     -- Thu Jul 14 10:20 pm --

Second-year WR has made "significant strides" from last season
Throughout the offseason there has been a buzz in Renton that Tyler Lockett has made significant strides from last year and could become an even bigger factor in the offense in 2016. Hearing that, some might assume Lockett will overtake Jermaine Kearse in the offense. The reality, though, is that the Seahawks will need both to accomplish their goals in 2016. Doug Baldwin and Kearse were the de facto starting receivers last season, but Lockett wasnít far off in snaps played ó Baldwin played 74 percent, Kearse 71 and Lockett 61. (Seattle Times)

FF Today's Take: The writer continues to say Lockett might get a few more snaps in 2016, but suggested Kearse will maintain a healthy presence regardless of how Lockett progresses due to his overall value in the offense (specifically blocking). Despite his obvious upside, owners should view Lockett as a low-end WR3 at best since Kearse is going to remain a factor. Baldwin had 78 catches and 1,069 yards last year, so expecting more than 65 catches and 900 yards from Lockett may be too optimistic.
Doug Baldwin signs four-year extension     -- Tue Jun 28 8:00 pm --

$24.25 million guaranteed
Seahawks' WR Doug Baldwin's new four-year extension with Seattle is worth north of $11 million per year, per source. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)

FF Today's Take: The deal is reportedly worth $24.25 million guaranteed and extends through the 2020 season. Baldwin was set to enter the final season of his contract and is coming his best season as a pro (78-1069-14). Touchdown regression is surely coming but with the offense expected to feature Russell Wilson, Baldwin is a solid WR2 in redraft leagues.

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