Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin went through an individual workout with QB Matt Flynn this past Monday. "He’s a very dynamic guy," Flynn said of his slot receiver. "I’ve been throwing to him for only two months but I can already see how he’s a special player and will be around for a long time.” We always like to hear about a WR getting in extra work with his QB. Baldwin also mentioned that he's feeling more comfortable in the offense after going through his first full NFL offseason. “Last year, because of the (NFL) lockout, I was doing my own thing, working out by myself, trying to keep a positive mentality about the situation," Baldwin said. "Now it’s already kind of been established. I have an offensive playbook that I can continue to learn and prepare on, and I know there are guys I’m going to be playing with that I can work out with and talk to and build a relationship and chemistry with. The whole situation is different, easier — now I have a goal, something to focus on.” After becoming the first undrafted rookie in NFL history to lead his team in receptions (51) and receiving yards (788), Baldwin is capable of building on those numbers in 2012.
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