Lockett (lower leg) is traveling back to Seattle on Wednesday and is expected to suit up Week 12, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Lockett spent the last two days at Stanford Hospital due to a contusion in his shin suffered during Monday's 27-24 win over the 49ers, and he'll now return to team facilities. The 27-year-old will benefit from extra time to recover due the opportune timing of Seattle's bye, and he appears to have a good chance at retaking the field without missing any time. In his five-year NFL career, the durable wideout has suited up for 73 of a possible 74 regular-season games.
Lockett (shin) will remain at Stanford Hospital through Tuesday night, but according to coach Pete Carroll, the medical staff "think he's going to be fine to play next week" at Philadelphia, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
While no injury is a good one, the timing of Lockett's issue is opportune as the Seahawks enter their bye week. He missed the overtime period of Monday's 27-24 win at San Francisco due to a contusion to his shin that caused significant swelling, which necessitated the hospital visit. With plenty of time to rest and recover, Lockett will aim to miss no games as a result of the injury.
Lockett is expected to be OK after he went to the hospital to have his left shin looked at following Monday's 27-24 overtime win at San Francisco, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.
Lockett missed the extra period due to severe swelling in the shin, which resulted in him making a visit to Stanford Hospital. The Seahawks have a bye week on tap, so he'll have plenty of time to rest and recover before their next game Nov. 24 at Philadelphia.
Lockett spent the night in a Bay Area hospital after suffering a lower-leg injury during Monday's 27-24 win over the 49ers, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Per Nick Shook of NFL.com, Lockett suffered a lower left leg contusion Monday night that caused severe swelling, which prompted the wideout's trip to the hospital. We'll look for updates on Lockett's condition Tuesday, but his status will need to be monitored in advance of the Seahawks' next contest, Nov. 24 against the Eagles.
Lockett suffered a lower leg injury Monday against the 49ers and is questionable to return, Liz Matthews of The Seahawks Wire reports.
Lockett began overtime on the sideline with his helmet off, so it appears unlikely that he'll be returning to the field Monday night. He has three receptions for 26 yards in the contest. Look for him to be re-evaluated when the team resumes practice later this week.
Lockett (hip) does not carry an injury designation for Monday's contest against the 49ers, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Despite a lengthy list of injured players following Friday's practice, almost every member of the Seahawks enters Monday's pivotal contest without an injury designation, including Lockett. It's unclear if Josh Gordon (ankle) will be available Monday, but even if the newly signed wide receiver were to play, he's unlikely to cut significantly into Lockett's workload. Through nine games, the 27-year-old is easily expected to set a career high in receiving yards, and he has already surpassed his previous high in receptions (57).
Lockett was limited at Friday's practice due to a hip injury, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Lockett is making a sudden appearance on the Seahawks' practice report, indicating he may have picked up the concern at Friday's session. No matter when his health became compromised, his status should be monitored closely to get a sense of his availability for Monday's game in San Francisco, which may coincide with Josh Gordon's (ankle) debut with the team.
Lockett caught 13 of 18 targets for 152 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 40-34 overtime win against the Buccaneers.
It was a truly remarkable outing for Lockett, who was Russell Wilson's go-to guy all afternoon, as the two showed uncanny chemistry in clutch situations. Of Lockett's 13 receptions, 10 went for either a first down or a touchdown. This performance helped Lockett achieve career highs in receptions (59) and targets (72) through just nine games, numbers he's ringing up at an impressive 81.9 percent catch rate. Lockett's massive target share makes his production sustainable, and fantasy owners should continue plugging him even against a stout 49ers defense in Week 10.
Lockett caught all six targets for 100 yards in Sunday's 27-20 win over the Falcons.
This was Lockett's second 100-yard receiving game of the year. Every catch Lockett made went for 12 or more yards, but it was DK Metcalf who was rewarded with two trips to the end zone. Lockett's traditionally thought of as a boom-or-bust receiver that can stretch the field, but he sports a solid fantasy floor this year with at least four catches for 51 yards in each of the last seven games. Lockett's primed for another boom against the Buccaneers' struggling secondary in Week 9.
Lockett caught five of seven targets for 61 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 30-16 loss to the Ravens.
On a broken play in the second quarter, Lockett appeared to wear out Marlon Humphrey before making a diving grab for the Seahawks' first and only touchdown of the game. With Russell Wilson's previous red-zone favorite Will Dissly (Achilles) out for the season, it's a good sign that Lockett is stepping up deep in enemy territory. Lockett will look to carry the momentum into Week 8's game against the Falcons, although Lockett hasn't scored in three road games this year despite finding paydirt in all four home contests.
Lockett caught all five targets for 75 yards in Sunday's 32-28 win over the Browns.
Lockett made three of his catches for 35 yards on the Seahawks' game-winning drive, and the third reception on the drive was ruled a touchdown on the field but was reversed upon video review. Chris Carson scored on a one-yard run on the next play. Russell Wilson spread out his passes to 10 different players, but Lockett still managed to lead the team in targets along with D.K. Metcalf and Jaron Brown. His chances for red-zone targets could increase going forward if Will Dissly's Achilles injury is in fact serious.
Lockett caught all four targets for 51 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 30-29 win over the Rams.
Lockett tied Will Dissly and Jaron Brown for the team high in targets in a game which saw QB Russell Wilson attempt 23 passes. Late in the first quarter, Wilson scrambled out of the pocket and tossed a pass to the back corner of the end zone, where Lockett dragged his feet and leaned out of bounds for the team's first touchdown of the evening. It doesn't look like Lockett, who also logged four targets in Week 4, will consistently draw the sort of volume he did between Weeks 2 and 3, when he saw a combined 26 looks, but he continues to see plenty of snaps in Seattle's offense, including a 91 percent share Thursday night.
Lockett caught all four targets for 51 scoreless yards in Sunday's 27-10 win over the Cardinals.
Lockett fell victim to the game script in this contest, and it was a letdown following a two-week stretch where Lockett produced 21 receptions for 233 yards and a touchdown. Lockett's 30.6 percent target share during that stretch was going to be tough to sustain, and it fell to 14.2 in this outing while Russell Wilson threw just 28 times with the Seahawks leading most of the game. Thursday night's clash versus the Rams figures to be a high-scoring affair -- they just allowed 55 points to the Buccaneers -- so Lockett's upside has a good chance of returning if the two squads get into a shootout.
Lockett hauled in 11 of 14 targets for a 154 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 33-27 loss to the Saints.
Lockett set career highs in receptions and yards in this contest. Through three games, he's drawing Russell Wilson's attention at a higher rate than any other receiver with 28 targets through three games -- D.K. Metcalf is second with 19. It's also a positive sign that there were simply more targets to go around with Russell Wilson throwing a career-high 50 times. That won't be replicated in every game, but coach Pete Carroll showed his willingness to favor the pass when necessary. Look for Lockett to carry this momentum into Week 4 against the Cardinals, who have allowed at least 250 passing yards in every game.
Lockett recorded 10 receptions for 79 yards on 12 targets in Sunday's 28-26 win over the Steelers.
After being targeted just twice in Week 1, Lockett's doubters were plentiful. However, the Seahawks opened up their playbook in this contest and allowed QB Russell Wilson to toss the ball 35 times, and Lockett had a 34.2 percent target share. Many of those looks came on shorter pass attempts, however, which explains his uncharacteristic 7.9 YPC after he averaged 16.9 yards per grab last season. It may also be a harbinger of more of a slot role for Lockett going forward, especially when David Moore (shoulder) returns.
Lockett (back) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's contest at Pittsburgh, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Lockett didn't take the practice field Wednesday as a result of a back injury, but after returning in a limited capacity Thursday, coach Pete Carroll said the wide receiver looked "fine," per Brady Henderson of ESPN.com. With no doubts about his availability for Week 2, Lockett can focus on taking advantage of a Steelers defense that allowed 366 yards through the air in their season opener at New England.
Coach Pete Carroll said Lockett (back) will be fine for Sunday's game in Pittsburgh, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.
Lockett returned to practice Thursday as a limited participant, putting him on track to play Week 2. It isn't clear if he'll even have a game designation when the Seahawks release their final injury report Friday afternoon/evening.
Lockett (back) was a limited practice participant Thursday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
After Wednesday's DNP, this is a step in the right direction for Lockett, who has one more session to put a back injury behind him. When healthy, Lockett is the Seahawks' No. 1 wide receiver, but he took a back seat to rookie DK Metcalf in Week 1 in terms of targets (two to six). Friday's injury report will be telling for Lockett's chances to bounce back Sunday in Pittsburgh.
Lockett (back) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
This appears to be a new injury for Lockett. Although it's not a good sign that he was completely kept off the practice field, the Seahawks may simply be exercising caution with a thin receiver corps. Lockett was targeted twice in the season opener and hauled in one pass for a 44-yard touchdown, but his performance was overshadowed by rookie DK Metcalf's four receptions on six targets for 89 yards. If Lockett's unable to shake off this injury by Sunday's game versus the Steelers, Metcalf could see another large target share while Jaron Brown, Gary Jennings and John Ursua see an uptick in their snap counts.
Lockett caught one of two targets for 44 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Bengals.
It's business as usual for Lockett, who wasn't targeted until the fourth quarter but still finished with a respectable stat line after hauling in a game-winning, 44-yard score. Lockett doesn't usually draw a lot of targets, and Russell Wilson targeted DK Metcalf six times and Chris Carson seven times in this outing. Getting Carson involved in the passing game was the coaching staff's plan, but Metcalf making an impact this early in the season isn't a good sign for Lockett considering there are few targets to go around anyway. Lockett will continue to be a risky, touchdown-dependent fantasy asset going forward.
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