Brady Henderson ESPN
Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin has resumed running as he works his way back from a knee injury that has sidelined him since early in training camp. Coach Pete Carroll reiterated Friday that Baldwin should be ready for Seattle's Sept. 9 opener, saying: "He's back to going here and he's conditioning to get back in. So next week will be really important to see how far along he comes. Really the fourth week (of preseason) would be the first chance we really get to work him really hard and press him, and we'll see how that goes for that week and then heading into the opener. We think he's going to be fine." As far as Saturday's preseason game against the Chargers, Carroll said cornerback Byron Maxwell is iffy. Defensive end Frank Clark, running back C.J. Prosise, cornerback Dontae Johnson and safety Maurice Alexander are expected to play. Receivers Tyler Lockett and Amara Darboh won't play, though Carroll said Lockett is fine.