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Jonathan Baldwin may only have been a rookie who missed a lot of time, but he has no one but himself to blame.
Baldwin's immaturity was revealed when he was involved in a fight, injuring his thumb, forcing him to miss the first five games of the season.
When Baldwin made his debut, he only caught one pass. In his second game against the San Diego Chargers, Baldwin had a season-high five catches for 82 yards and a spectacular touchdown grab that was featured on ESPN's SportsCenter's top 10 plays.
However, if you take away the Chargers game, Baldwin's season highs would have been three catches against the New England Patriots and 28 receiving yards against the New York Jets. Outside of the match against the Chargers, Baldwin did not have another touchdown.
If Baldwin can avoid being hurt and stay away from trouble, he will have his first complete training camp and a better second year.