Seattle certainly has a type for their wide receivers, and Tyler Lockett is another smaller wide receiver that doesn’t produce monster seasons. He wasn’t an undrafted free agent like some of the others, he went in the third round back in 2015. Things have opened for Lockett in Seattle, but it is unlikely he takes on a major role. Lockett has been hindered by injuries in his career, mainly due to the 5’10 frame of his, and weighing under 190 pounds. Lockett recently signed an extension to stay in Seattle, so he has a few years left playing with Russell Wilson, which will certainly help.