On Thursday, Seattle Seahawks officially announced that it would activate wide receiver Tyler Lockett from the new crown reserve list.
Tyler Lockett was added to the new crown reserve list with the remaining 10 players on Thursday after testing positive, so he missed Tuesday’s 20-10 loss to Los Angeles Rams. Tyler Lockett is the second player to activate the Seattle Seahawks, the former being running back Alex Collins.
In the absence of Tyler Lockett, the Seattle Seahawks’ offensive performance was sluggish, advancing only 214 yards overall. Quarterback Russell Wilson only succeeded in 11 pass attempts with more than 10 yards in the air.
Coach Pete Carroll said: “It’s sad that Tyler Lockett didn’t play in this game. If Tyler Lockett plays, it will definitely have a big impact.”