Doug Baldwin Celebrity Life and Background Check

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Doug Baldwin Celebrity Life

Former wide receiver for the Seattle Seahawks, Douglas Dewayne Baldwin Jr., played as a professional football player from 2011 – 2018.

At present, he is a Players Coalition board member, an association advocating for education reform and criminal justice by NFL athletes.

Awards

Doug Baldwin won the Super Bowl XLVIII with the Seattle Seahawks when they went against Denver Broncos.

During the 2016 and 2017 season, he was part of the Pro Bowl, as Larry Fitzgerald from Arizona Cardinals picked up an injury.

 

In 2016, he ranked 72nd in the list of NFL’s Top 100 Players of the year. In a similar listing in 2018, Doug Baldwin was in the 99th position. In the Seattle Seahawks history, he ranked third in receiving yards and team receptions.

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Early Life

Born on September 21, 1988, in Gulf Breeze, Florida, he played American football as a child. After enrolling in the Gulf Breeze High School, he played in their football team.

During his senior year, he completed the season with six touchdowns and 42 receptions within 682 yards.

He went to Standford from 2007 - 2010 to play with the college football team as a kick returner and wide receiver.

During his senior year, he was on top of the charts with 13 touchdowns and 1,360 receiving yards.

Career

Doug Baldwin’s professional career started in 2011 after Seattle Seahawks signed him. He was an undrafted free agent and signed a contract worth $1.4 million for three years.

In the first week of the 2011 season, he recorded his first touchdown in his career, while playing against San Francisco 49ers. By the end of the football calendar in 2011, he was fourth in reception yardage among rookies.

 

Doug Baldwin was the first undrafted free agent in the rookie category to be on top of the receiving yards and receptions, after the merger of AFL and NFL.

Due to injuries during the 2012 season, he missed several games. However, he completed the football calendar with three touchdowns and 29 receptions from 336 yards.

One of the highlights of his career was during the 2013 season when the Seattle Seahawks won the Super Bowl XLVII.

During the regular football calendar year, he had five touchdowns and 50 receptions from 778 yards.

In the postseason games, he played against the New Orleans Saints. He made two receptions in 30 yards. While playing against the San Francisco 49ers, he completed six receptions from 106 yards, helping his team to win the game.

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Doug Baldwin played an essential role against the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVII. He was on top among all wide receivers in the match, with a touchdown and five receptions for 66 yards.

During the 2014 season, Baldwin became the main wide receiver for the franchise, after the Seahawks traded Percy Harvin to the New York Jets.

He signed a new contract during this football calendar year, with a two-year contract worth $13 million. By the end of the season, he collected 66 receptions, along with 825 receiving yards, a career-high for the athlete.

He helped his team return to the Super Bowl XLIX, after beating Green Bay Packers, St. Louis Rams, Philadelphia Eagles, and Arizona Cardinals. However, the franchise was unable to beat the New England Patriots in the finals.

Doug Baldwin attracted controversy during the game, due to his celebration after a touchdown. Not only was there a 15-yard penalty for his actions, but the NFL also fined him $11,025 for his conduct in the match.

Baldwin had great performances during 2015, 2016, and 2017 season. However, in 2018, he suffered from an injury, limiting his ability significantly.

The Seahawks released the athlete on May 9, 2019. Three days after this move from the franchise, Baldwin announced his retirement from professional football.

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