Doug Baldwin Comments on Free Agency, Relationship with Coaches, More

May 16, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin is heading into the final year of the three-year, $13 million contract extension he signed with the team back in 2014, per Spotrac.   
With free agency looming in 2017, Baldwin said he isn't worried when it comes to his new deal, per ESPN.com's Jim Trotter:
If I continue to work hard, if I continue to strive to get better and not focus on things money oriented, it's eventually going to come. And even if it doesn't, I'm fine with that, too, because at the end of the day, I'm controlling what I can control... I didn't sign my new deal until almost June last time, so the offer is going to come. [General manager] John [Schneider] pretty much told me that the offer was going to come after the draft. Even if it doesn't come, I'm not worried about it. Why not? Because there are other things I value in life. I don't value worrying about that.
Trotter noted that free agency isn't a big possibility, as "both sides wan...

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