The Seahawks offense got some good news on Thursday, with leading receiver Tyler Lockett returning from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Lockett, who leads the team with 62 catches for 1,023 yards, including 142 yards in his most recent game, went on the COVID-19 list along with Alex Collins last Thursday, leading to him missing Seattle's loss to the Rams.
Collins returned from the COVID-19 list on Wednesday, but the Seahawks still have six players on the reserve/COVID-19 list: tight end Will Dissly, who went on the list Wednesday, as well as running back Travis Homer, defensive end Kerry Hyder Jr., defensive tackle Bryan Mone, cornerback D.J. Reed and right tackle Brandon Shell, all of whom missed Tuesday's game in L.A. Three practice squad players, tight end Ryan Izzo, cornerback Mike Jackson and guard Pier-Olivier Lestage, are also on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
The Seahawks also designated tackle Jamarco Jones as returned to practice, as he is currently on injured reserve with a back injury, and signed Lakiem Williams, a linebacker out of Syracuse, to the practice squad. Williams, a Tacoma native, had signed with Seattle during training camp in August, but was released as part of roster cuts later that month.