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Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin on cornerback Richard Sherman: One of the most intelligent football players in the league

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Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin shared with the media his feelings that teammate and cornerback Richard Sherman may be "one of the most intelligent football players in the league, if not one of the most intelligent people in the world."

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