RENTON, Washington — Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin says he didn't know Percy Harvin felt threatened by the Seahawks' receivers during his time in Seattle.
Baldwin said Thursday he believed any lingering beef between himself and Harvin had been "squashed" before Harvin was traded from Seattle to the New York Jets in the middle of last season. Harvin and Baldwin had a physical altercation during the preseason last year.
In an interview with ESPN on Wednesday, Harvin said he never felt accepted by Seattle's receivers and that he "had to come in and be the guy to sit in the back of the room, not say too much, kind of walk on egg shells."
"Honestly, I didn't know he felt that way," Baldwin said. "I thought we had squashed it before he left. I've got no hard feelings toward him and I wish him the best in Buffalo."