Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, according to the team's official injury report.
Baldwin missed the entire preseason with a hamstring injury and has been dealing with the lingering effects. Still, he has yet to miss a regular season game for the Seahawks and has caught three passes for 13 yards. If Baldwin can't play Monday against the Green Bay Packers, backup Charly Martin is next in line on the depth chart at slot receiver.
Baldwin was Seattle's leading receiver last season with 51 catches, 788 yards and four touchdowns but, due to his nagging hamstring injury and a change at quarterback with rookie Russell Wilson, he's struggled to find his groove in two games this year.
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