Guest of the League
NFL Playoffs League - FFL: Preseason | NFL: Week 1


College: Stanford | 8 years
Height: 5'10" | Weight: 192 lbs
Birth Date: 9/21/1988
2019 Bye Week: 11

Total Pts: 141
Avg Pts: 8.81
Rank: 23 WR

Free Agent

Fantasy Week
Week 16Doug Baldwin 32 receiving yds (3 pts)
Doug Baldwin 3 receptions (3 pts)
Player Notes
Mar 27 6:13pm ET

Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (hernia) will miss six to eight weeks after his hernia surgery, according to head coach Pete Carroll. Carroll said three surgeries have taken their toll on Baldwin but that if anyone can pull through it, he can.

Fantasy Spin: At 30 years old, Baldwin is over the hill in football years, and it's beginning to show. He was burdened by the injury bug last year and is not off to a good start this year. Tyler Lockett is coming off a career season and seems to be supplanting Baldwin as the Seahawks' more reliable receiver. Nonetheless, if Baldwin can get healthy and stay healthy he has WR2 appeal.

Mar 27 6:00pm ET

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said wide receiver Doug Baldwin (hernia) is expected to be out six to eight weeks after his latest surgery for a sports hernia. It's already Baldwin's third surgery of the offseason, which isn't great news for anyone, let alone a player that turned 30 last September. Although Baldwin finished the year on a good note, he was a shell of his former self while battling through injuries and finished with 50 catches for 618 yards and five touchdowns. He's gone two straight seasons without reaching 1,000 yards and is more of a risk than ever as a WR2.

From RotoBaller

Mar 26 11:03pm ET

Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (hernia) is set to undergo sports hernia surgery in April, and head coach Pete Carroll recently told reporters he doesn't know 'conclusively' if that surgery will be the last one Baldwin has this offseason. However, Carroll added the team remains confident Baldwin will be able to play in 2019.

Fantasy Spin: Baldwin has already undergone procedures on his knee and shoulder this offseason, so it goes without saying he must have been playing in a great deal of pain at various points last season. He may be able to play this season, but fantasy owners need to be smart about expecting too much from a player that probably won't have much time to get into football shape. He may still have WR2 upside, but he probably needs to be considered a high-risk WR3 until further notice.

Mar 26 1:20pm ET

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said that wide receiver Doug Baldwin will undergo sports hernia surgery on April 4. There is no real timetable for when Baldwin will be healthy heading into next season. The 30-year-old receiver dealt with multiple injuries in a disappointing 2018 season and is no lock to be ready for Week 1 at this point. He caught only 50 passes for 618 yards and five touchdowns in 13 games last year. It's safe to say his fantasy value is dropping quickly.

From RotoBaller

Mar 20 5:00pm ET

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin told Sports Radio 950 KJR in Seattle that "more surgeries (are) on the way, most likely." NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports that Baldwin will visit with Dr. William Meyers soon to see about possibly undergoing sports hernia surgery, according to a source informed of the plan. Head coach Pete Carroll revealed during the scouting combine that Baldwin had knee and shoulder surgeries after the 2018 season ended. The 31-year-old showed his age last year while dealing with multiple injuries, catching only 50 passes for 618 yards and five touchdowns. Baldwin's fantasy stock is trending down after a poor 2018 season, and his latest injury and possible surgery won't help matters.

From RotoBaller

Mar 20 3:33pm ET

Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (hernia) said he will have more surgeries this offseason to fix what is believed to be a sports hernia. Surgery is scheduled for early April, according to a source.

Fantasy Spin: It's unclear what Baldwin's timetable is at this juncture, but he was hampered all of last year with the injury bug. If he can make a full recovery in time for the regular season then he possesses WR2 value. Draft him with caution, though.

Feb 28 2:13pm ET

Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (knee, shoulder) underwent surgery on his ailing knee and shoulder this offseason, according to head coach Pete Carroll. He is rehabilitating and is expected to be ready for the regular season.

Fantasy Spin: Baldwin was hampered by injuries throughout the 2018 season but "only" missed three games. He was a shell of himself mainly due to not being at full health and Tyler Lockett's emergence. If he does make a full recovery he can still be drafted as a WR2.

Jan 7 8:03pm ET

Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin likely will be back with the Seahawks next season even though he dealt with multiple injuries in 2018.

Fantasy Spin: Baldwin was limited to 13 games because of injuries this season and finished with 618 yards and five touchdowns. He should be the top option in the passing game for the Seahawks if he returns and can be a No. 3 fantasy receiver.

Jan 6 12:23am ET

Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin caught three of his six targets for 32 yards in a 24-22 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in the wild-card round Saturday, Jan. 5.

Fantasy Spin: Baldwin's lackluster season came to a quiet end, but he battled a nagging knee issue from the beginning. Assuming he is healthier for 2019, he could be sneaky rebound pick for fantasy owners.

Jan 3 6:53pm ET

Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (knee) was upgraded at practice Thursday, Jan. 3, getting in a full session.

Fantasy Spin: His status for Saturday night's action in Dallas isn't even listed either, meaning he'll be good to go for the team's Wild Card playoff game. Baldwin was closer to his normal output in the season's latter weeks following a disappointing first half, but his overall inconsistency in 2018 might make him hard to rely on this weekend from a fantasy perspective.

Jan 2 7:53pm ET

Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (knee) returned to practice Wednesday, Jan. 2, and was a limited participant.

Fantasy Spin: Despite battling injuries seemingly all year, Baldwin should be available for the team's Wild Card Round game. The 30-year-old finally began to get into a groove at the end of the campaign, hauling in four touchdown catches in the last four games, but his inconsistency throughout the season makes him a little hard to trust in a tough matchup.

Jan 1 9:03pm ET

Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (knee), OT Duane Brown (knee), RB Chris Carson (non-injury), RB Mike Davis (foot), CB Shaquill Griffin (ankle), FB Tre Madden (hamstring), S Bradley McDougald (knee) and OG J.R. Sweezy (foot) did not practice Tuesday, Jan. 1. OL D.J. Fluker (hamstring) was limited in practice. DE Dion Jordan (knee) and S Tedric Thompson (ankle) were full participants in practice.

Dec 31 3:43am ET

Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin caught two of his five targets for 27 yards in Week 17 versus the Arizona Cardinals.

Fantasy Spin: Baldwin's three-game touchdown streak came to an end, and he finishes injury-plagued 2018 season with 50 receptions for 618 yards and five touchdowns. He probably has the best matchup of any Seattle receiver in next week's road playoff matchup against the Dallas Cowboys, but he has shown a concerning floor this season to go along with a bit of an unpredictable ceiling. After being considered a fringe WR1 in redraft leagues this summer, he'll be more of a WR3 option in 2019.

Dec 28 7:03pm ET

Seattle Seahawks OL D.J. Fluker (hamstring), DE Dion Jordan (knee) and OG J.R. Sweezy (foot) did not practice Friday, Dec. 28. Fluker and Jordan are listed as questionable for the Week 17 game against the Arizona Cardinals, while Sweezy is listed as doubtful. DT Shamar Stephen (foot) and FS Tedric Thompson (ankle) were listed as limited, with Stephen off the report and Thompson considered questionable. WR Doug Baldwin (shoulder), DE Frank Clark (elbow), OL Germain Ifedi (groin), FS Bradley McDougald (knee), RB Rashaad Penny (knee), DT Jarran Reed (oblique), LB Bobby Wagner (not injury related) and LB K.J. Wright practiced in full. All were removed from the report except for McDougald and Penny, who are listed as questionable.

Dec 28 7:03pm ET

Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (shoulder) practiced in full Friday, Dec. 28 and he is off the injury report ahead of the Week 17 game with the Arizona Cardinals.

Fantasy Spin: Baldwin has had a trying season, limited by knee injuries early on. However, he has been more like himself lately, posting a season-best 126 yards and a score last week. He is also working on a three-game touchdown streak (four total), re-emerging as a must-start fantasy play and DFS option.

Dec 27 8:23pm ET

Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (shoulder) was limited during practice Thursday, Dec. 27.

Fantasy Spin: Baldwin appears to be on track to play in Week 17 and has been a productive fantasy option over the last several weeks. He can be considered at least a No. 3 fantasy option in leagues this week.

Dec 27 8:10pm ET

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin (shoulder) returned to a limited practice on Thursday after resting on Wednesday. Baldwin should play in Week 17 against the Cardinals, but he's in danger of being rested at some point, which makes him an even riskier touchdown-dependent WR3. Baldwin hasn't been seeing very many targets on a per-game basis this year, although he does have four touchdowns in the last three games. He's also in danger of being shadowed by Arizona cornerback Patrick Peterson.

From RotoBaller

Dec 26 10:10pm ET

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin (shoulder) did not practice on Wednesday. It's a new injury for Baldwin, but he's often rested early in the week as he's battled through various injuries this year. Baldwin hasn't been seeing as many targets this year in a run-first offense, but he had a season-high seven catches on 12 targets for 126 yards and a touchdown in Week 16 and has found the end zone five times in the last five games. He'll be a touchdown-dependent WR3 in Week 17 against the Cardinals.

From RotoBaller

Dec 26 8:43pm ET

Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (shoulder) did not participate in practice Wednesday, Dec. 26.

Fantasy Spin: Owners should keep an eye on the situation to see if Baldwin is in any danger of missing the Week 17 game. He has recorded four touchdowns in the last three games and would be a No. 2 or No. 3 receiver if he plays.

Dec 25 8:20pm ET

Seattle Seahawks' WR Doug Baldwin scored 25.60 fantasy points in Sunday's Week 16 win against the Chiefs. Baldwin caught seven passes for 126 yards with one touchdown.

Player Transactions
  • 28-Jun-2016: SEA - Re-signed - Four-year extension (through 2020)
NFL Week
2018 Season1415061857310000
Week 1@DEN0000100000
Week 2@CHI0000000000
Week 3DAL0000000000
Week 4@ARI95410700000
Week 5LAR1110100000
Week 6@OAK156910800000
Week 7bye
Week 8@DET42260300000
Week 9LAC114770400000
Week 10@LAR85390500000
Week 11GNB1875211000000
Week 12@CAR85390700000
Week 13SFO102221400000
Week 14MIN0000000000
Week 15@SFO244772600000
Week 16KAN29712611200000
Week 17ARI42270500000