Injury Update On Seahawks Tyler Lockett

He broke his finger in last week's game against the San Francisco 49ers.

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett underwent surgery on his broken index finger Monday, with head coach Pete Carroll saying afterward that the receiver could have a chance at returning to action as soon as Week 17 against the New York Jets.

Although Lockett's finger injury is significant enough to prevent him from playing in Saturday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Carroll said that the veteran's surgery went ''perfect,'' indicating that he probably won't miss more than a game.

The Seahawks will have a better idea of Lockett's status on Wednesday, when the team makes it's first practice of the week.

In 14 games this season, the thirty-year-old has 78 receptions for 964 yards and eight touchdowns on 108 targets. 

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