Wide receiver Tyler Lockett suffered a broken finger against the San Francisco 49ers, Seattle head coach Pete Carroll announced after the game, and there is uncertainty as to whether he'll be able to play again this season. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Friday that Lockett suffered a spiral crack in his first metacarpal, an injury that will force him out for at least two games and indeed threatens the rest of his season, per a source.
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It seems very unlikely that we will see Lockett again this season unless the Seahawks find their way into a playoff spot. One would assume that Marquise Goodwin will see more time on the field, but there is no 1v1 replacement for Lockett on the team, which could mean a target share increase for DK Metcalf.