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Exclusive Doug Baldwin interview: The importance of innocence and plans after the gridiron

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SEATTLE -- In part two of an exclusive interview with Doug Baldwin, the star wide receiver talked the importance of innocence, his Asian heritage and his plans for life after football.

The interview stars with Baldwin discussing his closeness with his 12-year-old little brother.

"He'll text me out of the blue and say 'Great game, Doug," Baldwin said. "It just means so much."

Baldwin also talked his Filipino lineage and his plans to head back to the classroom after he's finished with the gridiron. But not as a pupil. He wants to be a math teacher.

"To mold young minds," he said, mentioning he has no intention to stay in the limelight as a commenter.

For the full interview, watch the video above

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  • DuhNigreus

    Little jock-sniffing dink who does this interview brought up race, not Mr. Baldwin. I doubt if the average person would look at Mr. Baldwin and identify him as an “Asian”, by physical appearance, but inasmuch that he is very intelligent and humble, his Filipino heritage is readily apparent.