With the Seahawks trailing 20-10 in the fourth quarter, the rookie out of Stanford caught the ball deep in Seattle's end zone. Perhaps looking to prove himself, Baldwin didn't settle for a touchback. He made a move at the 20-yard line to get free, and then hugged the right sideline as he sprinted upfield. It appeared as if the pursuing Broncos special teamers were going to catch him in Denver territory, but Baldwin cut inside, broke a tackle and made his way into the end zone for the 105-yard touchdown.
Baldwin has been one of the most consistent receivers for Seattle in the preseason. He leads the team in receptions and according to Danny O'Neil of The Seattle Times, it would be very difficult to cut Baldwin now.
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