NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports Baldwin is slated to see Dr. William Meyers in Philadelphia soon to check about undergoing possible sports hernia surgery, per a source informed of the plan. The meeting is expected to happen in early April.
Given Baldwin's comments, the wideout is expecting that doctor visit to end in surgery.
"He's making progress, working at it hard. He's working at the facility regularly," Carroll said at the time.
That progress could be curtailed by the latest issue.
Turning 31 in September, Baldwin struggled with injuries throughout the 2018 campaign, putting up just 50 receptions for 618 yards and five TDs, numbers well below what he averaged the previous half-decade.
The original hope was Baldwin would be ready by training camp. Depending on how his doctor visit goes, we'll see if that timeline could be pushed back.