Doug Baldwin is likely to get a contract extension soon that will fit him being the Seahawks’ record-setting, No. 1 wide receiver. The team reinforced that need when it re-signed Jermaine Kearse this month for an average of $4.5 million per year, $500,000 more than Baldwin is scheduled to earn in 2016.
Doug Baldwin is likely to get a contract extension soon that will fit him being the Seahawks’ record-setting, No. 1 wide receiver. The team reinforced that need when it re-signed Jermaine Kearse this month for an average of $4.5 million per year, $500,000 more than Baldwin is scheduled to earn in 2016. Tony Overman Staff photographer
Doug Baldwin is likely to get a contract extension soon that will fit him being the Seahawks’ record-setting, No. 1 wide receiver. The team reinforced that need when it re-signed Jermaine Kearse this month for an average of $4.5 million per year, $500,000 more than Baldwin is scheduled to earn in 2016. Tony Overman Staff photographer