Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin is headed back to the Pro Bowl.
Baldwin was named an injury replacement Thursday for Arizona’s Larry Fitzgerald for the NFL’s annual all-star game, set for Jan. 28 in Orlando. It will be Baldwin’s second straight (and second overall) Pro Bowl appearance.
Initially named a Pro Bowl alternate last month, the 29-year-old Baldwin caught a team-leading 75 passes for 991 yards. His eight receiving touchdowns were second to Jimmy Graham’s 10 on the Seahawks and tied him for eighth in the NFL.
Baldwin joins Graham, Russell Wilson, Bobby Wagner and Earl Thomas as the Seahawks’ Pro Bowl representatives.