ESPN.com "Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin apologized Monday night for the Super Bowl touchdown celebration that earned him an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty and a fine, and revealed it was directed at New England Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis. Baldwin hauled in a 3-yard touchdown pass..." February 17
CBSSports.com "Here's Doug Baldwin on Sunday night, shortly after the Seahawks lost because of the curious decision to throw from the one-yard line instead of feeding Marshawn Lynch: "I think we all were surprised. We still had a timeout and felt we should take a shot. I don't know, man. I'm just trying to make..." February 04
Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin fined $11,025 for obscene gesture after his touchdown in the Super Bowl, per source. That's the minimum.
CBSSports.com "For some reason, Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin has a chip on his shoulder. In the moments after the Seattle's overtime win over Green Bay in the NFC Championship game, Baldwin called out those who doubted him and his teammates. And in the Friday practice before the Super Bowl XLIX,..." February 03
Sporting News "In case you missed it, Doug Baldwin celebrated his touchdown in Sunday's Super Bowl by pretending to poop out a football. The NBC broadcast cut away from the incident, but fans and photographers at the game captured the moment. The celebration was dubbed as 'poopdown' because, well, it should..." February 03
Pro Football Talk "At some point before the Seahawks opted to throw rather than run the ball with Marshawn Lynch, it looked like their most questionable decision of the day was one wide receiver Doug Baldwin made after scoring a touchdown to put the team ahead 24-14 in the third quarter. After scoring, Baldwin..." February 02
Seattle Times "What has become a surprisingly big storyline in the wake of Seattle’s 28-22 win over Green Bay Sunday for the NFC Championship game is Doug Baldwin’s rant at reporters who were waiting outside the locker room. In case you missed it, it was recounted here by ESPN’s Terry Blount as Baldwin chided..." January 21
Pro Football Talk "I’m still not quite sure what to make of Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman’s Tuesday stunt at his weekly press availability, which included a life-size cutout of receiver Doug Baldwin coupled with the real thing lurking under the podium to chime in from time to time. The league apparently..." November 26
Baldwin and the Seahawks have been talking and have gotten closer on a deal, per sources. Could be struck very soon.
SI.com "The Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks locked up another one of their key players Thursday when receiver Doug Baldwin agreed to a two-year contract extension, as first reported by ESPN’s Jim Trotter. Baldwin, a free agent signing in 2011 out of Stanford, became the first undrafted rookie in the..." May 29
Pro Football Talk "Doug Baldwin will remain with the Seahawks. As expected, today’s deadline for restricted free agents to sign offer sheets came and went without Baldwin signing. That means that although he is a free agent, the Seahawks are now the only team he can sign with. Restricted free agency is usually..." May 03
Seattle Times "The Seahawks’ workout sessions that began this week are technically voluntary. But receiver Doug Baldwin is there with the rest of his teammates despite the fact he technically is not yet under contract for the 2014 season. Baldwin said in an interview with ESPN 710 Seattle this afternoon that..." April 22
The News Tribune "Doug Baldwin joined a trio of other Seahawks on Monday night at the premiere of the “Super Bowl XLVIII Champions Seattle Seahawks” movie in downtown Seattle. Much like his teammate Richard Sherman, Baldwin came out strongly against the NFL considering penalties for the use of the N-word on the..." March 04
USA Today "Doug Baldwin came into the Super Bowl with a chip on his shoulder. Leading up to the game, ESPN analyst Cris Carter had said the Seahawks receivers were appetizers because the team lacked a main course. Baldwin heard the Hall of Famer’s words and took them to heart. When someone asked Baldwin..." February 03
Pro Football Talk "After the NFC Championship Game, Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin took issue with the fact that ESPN analyst and Hall of Famer Cris Carter called Seattle’s receiver group “appetizers” because they were lacking a main course. The two weeks between that game and the Super Bowl didn’t do much..." February 03
Pro Football Talk "Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch does his best to avoid reporters, but during Super Bowl week that’s not easy: The NFL requires all players to meed with the media throughout the week, and although Lynch hasn’t had much to say, he has grudgingly attended. Doug Baldwin thinks that’s..." January 30
Carroll says WR Doug Baldwin is a little banged up with a hip pointer. LB K.J. Wright's foot is sore. Both expected to be fine for SB.