Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin is happy to see Jim Harbaugh leave the NFC West, but will remain rivals with the former 49ers head coach.
"Wish him the best of luck, and go Buckeyes," Baldwin told the Seattle media on Wednesday.
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Baldwin played for Harbaugh at Stanford University from 2007-2010.
The 5-10, 189-pound pass catcher finished with 96 receptions, 1,360 yards and 13 touchdowns in his collegiate career.
He was undrafted in 2011 before signing with the Seahawks.
Baldwin reportedly had friction with Harbaugh during his time at Stanford. One such case was an almost nonexistent junior year where Baldwin had just four receptions in seven games played, and almost transferred to Vanderbilt.
"I had already filled out the papers," Baldwin said, according to ESPN. "It was very close. Basically, it came down to what my mom told me to do. She said I had to stick through it."