Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin greets teammate Michael Bennett before Bennett sat during the national anthem at the home game Oct. 1 against Indianapolis. Baldwin co-signed a letter to a Senate committee considering a bill that includes some changes to our country’s criminal justice system.
Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin greets teammate Michael Bennett before Bennett sat during the national anthem at the home game Oct. 1 against Indianapolis. Baldwin co-signed a letter to a Senate committee considering a bill that includes some changes to our country’s criminal justice system. Joshua Bessex joshua.bessex@gateline.com
Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin greets teammate Michael Bennett before Bennett sat during the national anthem at the home game Oct. 1 against Indianapolis. Baldwin co-signed a letter to a Senate committee considering a bill that includes some changes to our country’s criminal justice system. Joshua Bessex joshua.bessex@gateline.com
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Doug Baldwin, Roger Goodell co-sign letter to Senate committee on criminal justice reform bill

October 17, 2017 08:23 AM

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