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Feature: Doug Baldwin

“Well, I should have drafted him,” said Jim Harbaugh in 2011. “Yeah, I’m kicking myself for not doing that.“

Two years later and the San Francisco head coach may well be kicking himself even harder after his former college recruit torched his 49ers for 100 hundred yards receiving and a 69 yard kickoff return.

This season Baldwin has stepped up in place of the oft-injured Percy Harvin as the team’s most dynamic wideout. Now an accomplished slot receiver he we was originally an undrafted free agent signed by the Seahawks after leaving Stanford in 2011. He was ranked number 71 by CBS Sports of all the receivers who declared for the 2011 draft but, despite his seemingly lowly status, he made an instant impact his rookie season with 51 catches and 4 touchdowns. His first touchdown catch just happened to be against Harbaugh and his 49ers.

Baldwin seems to have made a point of playing particularly well against the coach who relegated him to the scout team during college. Baldwin’s career stats against Harbaugh stand at 22 catches and four touchdowns. Perhaps enough to make the once plucky Colts signal caller regret using his 2011 sixth round pick on USC wide receiver Ronald Johnson - who didn’t make the 53 man roster - instead of on his own Stanford Cardinal.

Despite being hampered by injuries in his second year Baldwin was still able to reel in 29 catches and three touchdowns but his 2013 resurgence has also seen him develop into one of the surest handed receivers around. According to Pro Football Focus, who specialise in statistics based analysis of the NFL, he had the joint 10th lowest drop rate of all wide receivers in the league.

Combining that kind of safe hands reliability with the kind of playmaker creativity Baldwin shows in the slot equates to a valuable player you can use in multiple situations. Returning kicks, in the slot or out wide the 189 pound player has emerged as Russell Wilson’s safety blanket, not only in Harvin’s absence, but also big Pro Bowl wideout Sidney Rice’s who tore his ACL at the beginning of the season.

The receiving corps Baldwin is part of is unheralded in comparison to their secondary counterparts and have been the object of criticism in the press as the Seahawks chances of success have been analysed. "Average” was how Super Bowl winning quarterback Kurt Warner described them. “Pedestrian” has been a favourite term of multiple publications. Whilst the outlook of ‘us against the world’ has been adopted by the Seahawks team as a whole the largest shoulder chips seem to be carried by the receivers and Baldwin in particular who carries a self-described “boulder”.

Naturally you would think that entering the league carrying such weight would slow you down but as former Seattle quarterback Charlie Whitehurst said when describing Baldwin’s ability to get open: “That’s not separation, that’s a divorce.”

“Ten years. It doesn’t seem possible. Then again, you start thinking about all that has happened and you wonder how it all fit into one decade.

Mike Tice was fired. Brad Childress and Leslie Frazier were hired and fired. Mike Zimmer was hired.

Fran Foley, a short-lived personnel director, was hired and fired so quickly that he didn’t even make the media guide. The “Triangle of Authority” traveled a murky path and gave way to Rick Spielman as a traditional general manager.

Brett Favre arrived and thrived. For one year. Randy Moss returned and was shown the door 28 days later. But not before teaching Childress a very costly lesson in SuperFreak 101.

The Metrodome collapsed, was restored and then torn down to make room for the new stadium that forever eluded old Red.

Percy Harvin, Chris Kluwe, Chris Cook, the “Love Boat” and how to weather a titanic national storm and survive alongside Adrian Peterson could have their own chapters in a book the private Wilfs would never write.”

Over or under: 2.5 former Jets making Rex Ryan's first Bills team

The Buffalo Bills have now signed five former Jets players - all on offense - this offseason. How many of them will make Rex Ryan’s first opening-day roster in Buffalo?

Nepotism is alive and well at One Bills Drive.

With the Buffalo Bills’ recent signing of tackle Wayne Hunter, former New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan has signed a fifth player from his former team - and all of them play offense. The list includes receiver Percy Harvin, fullback John Conner, tight end Matthew Mulligan, quarterback Chris Simms, and Hunter.

It isn’t an uncommon practice for coaches to sign their former players, as they tend to sign players that fit their particular system, buy in to their philosophy, or help implement a particular offensive or defensive scheme; it is obvious that Ryan has developed trust with these particular players.

Nonetheless, they are not guaranteed a roster spot come the beginning of the season. Wins are the only thing that matter in the NFL, and these players are going to have to earn their spots like everyone else. Today, let’s try to predict how many of these players will actually make the 53-man roster come September. We’ll set the over/under at 2.5, discuss the possibilities of each player making the roster, and flesh out some of the challenges that they will face.

Percy Harvin

Harvin will be added to a receiver group that already has some pretty young and reliable talent; leading that group is second year wide receiver Sammy Watkins. Harvin will be looking to find his niche, as he’ll attempt to steal some playing time from incumbent wide receivers, Robert Woods and Chris Hogan. He’ll also contribute in the return game.

We all know about Harvin’s ability on the field, as he is one of the most explosive and dynamic players in the NFL. However, he has had locker room and injury issues in the past. Talent-wise, it should be a sure thing that he makes the team, but a lot can happen between now and final cuts.

John Conner

Conner, a fullback and special teams contributor, is going to have an uphill battle to make this team, as the Bills just signed Jerome Felton to a four-year $9 million deal. The Bills are also expected to keep four running backs on the roster this season, which lands Conner squarely in a numbers game despite his good standing with the head coach.

Perhaps the team ultimately feels that he offers a better upside as a blocker than some of the other players that are expected to be use in the same capacity. Either way, it will be an uphill battle for Conner - but he’ll be given opportunities.

Matthew Mulligan

Mulligan, not known in NFL circles as a pass-catching tight end, will play a role that former Bills tight end Lee Smith played last season, as the team’s blocking tight end. In a wide-open race for at least one, potentially two (and quite possibly even three) roster spots, Mulligan’s blocking skill makes him unique among a group that also includes Nick O'Leary (who likely makes the team), MarQueis Gray, and Chris Gragg. Mulligan’s chief blocking competition will be undrafted rookie Clay Burton.

Chris Simms

Ryan has admitted that he liked what he saw from Simms during his stint with the Jets. A major or season-ending surgery to one of the top three quarterbacks could potentially lead to a roster spot for Simms, as could Matt Cassel’s $4.5 million cap hit. Though it is unlikely that Simms makes the roster outright, he does have some variables on his side that can help him.

Wayne Hunter

The Bills were rather thin at tackle, which prompted the signing of Hunter. The 34-year-old hasn’t played in the NFL since 2012. Ryan, however, seems to be a fan.

“He is a guy that did a tremendous job for us early,” Ryan said of Hunter when he was in the Jets. “I think in an ideal world there are some players for whatever reason that are better in multiple roles and being almost like a utility guy, playing guard, tackle, tight end. Giving you a lot of that versatility, a smart athletic guy.”

Hunter may not ultimately push for a starting job, but behind a shaky Bills line that lacks great depth, it’s not out of the realm of possibility that he finds a niche.

The over/under is set at 2.5 former Jets making Ryan’s first opening-day Bills roster. Where do you land?

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Percy Harvin wants to be more than just a “gadget guy”

Wide receiver Percy Harvin has seen action in a variety of roles over the last few years as teams have gotten him the ball out of the slot, out of the backfield and as a returner in order to let him loose on the opposition. One thing Harvin hasn’t done much of is play on…

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