That doesn't mean the Seahawks are falling apart, of course. This kind of stuff can be perfectly healthy in the dog days of training camp for a reigning conference superpower. But it doesn't make it any less fun to follow, especially when a self-described "agitator" like Baldwin is on hand to stoke the flames.
"Obviously, tempers flare," Baldwin said Tuesday, via The News Tribune. "Sherm's really upset that we keep destroying him in practice. He's upset that the receivers are getting the best out of him and the defensive backs this year. So he takes offense to that."
That's a pretty solid burn to drop to a local beat guy! Baldwin had more fire for Bennett, who believes various offensive linemen have broken a practice "code" that could cause an injury that disallows Bennett to support his family. (Bennett is due to make $4.5 million this season.)
"I mean, yes, there is a 'code.' But Mike B. doesn't always necessarily operate by that code, either," Baldwin said.
"It's hard to take him serious when he talks about other guys taking food off his kids' plate -- when he is driving around here with 10 different cars, you know?"
This is fair.