Rookie Wide Receiver Tyler Lockett Sets Seahawks Record with 105-Yard Kick Return Touchdown

The Seahawks wideout topped Leon Washington's 101-yard kickoff return touchdown from 2010.

It didn't take long for the Seahawks to find the end zone in the second half of their home-opener against the Chicago Bears.

Rookie wideout Tyler Lockett returned the third-quarter-opening kickoff 105 yards for a touchdown to help give Seattle a 13-0 lead at CenturyLink Field. The play set a record for the longest kick return in club history, topping former Seahawks running back Leon Washington's 101-yard kick return for a touchdown that came back on Sept. 26, 2010 against the San Diego Chargers.

With his 57-yard punt return for a touchdown against the St. Louis Rams in Week 1 and his score in Week 3 against the Bears, Lockett becomes the first Seahawks player to have punt and kick returns for touchdowns in the same season since Nate Burleson did it in 2007.

Check out Lockett's latest return for a score in the video embedded above.

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