20. Doug Baldwin:
Baldwin wasn’t necessarily a truly elite wide receiver in the NFL during his eight seasons from 2011-2018. But he was undoubtedly an effective one. He made the Pro Bowl twice in 2016 and 2017 after leading the NFL in receiving touchdowns in 2015. His crowning achievement came when his Seahawks won the Super Bowl after the 2013 season.
Baldwin racked up 493 receptions for 6,563 yards and 49 touchdowns. Many feel those numbers could have been significantly higher. But he decided to step down from the sport following the 2018 season. He dealt with multiple injuries requiring surgery and decided to call it a career. The Seahawks released him after he failed a physical, bringing an abrupt end to an otherwise solid career for the former Stanford Cardinal.