Russell Wilson‘s favorite target took a step closer to returning to the lineup for the Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday.
Wide receiver Doug Baldwin was a limited participant in practice on Wednesday. Baldwin missed the last two weeks of work following an MCL injury sustained in the team’s season opener against the Denver Broncos.
“It’s a great step and jump for him to make,” head coach Pete Carroll said. “He was in the walkthrough today, he’ll practice for the first time in a few weeks and he looks really good and light on his feet and he’s very confident that he can have a chance to play this week so we’ll see how it goes. He’s confident. That’s not a surprise. We’ve got to see if he can pull it off.”
Baldwin was injured when Broncos defensive tackle Domata Peko rolled up on the back of his right leg on a play in the first half of Seattle’s season opening loss. He tried to come back in the game briefly before being sidelined the rest of the afternoon. Carroll wasn’t sure yet if Baldwin had a chance to play this week against the Arizona Cardinals.
“I’ve got to see him,” he said. “He hasn’t…