Ricardo Lockette, the Seattle Seahawks wide receiver, took a massive hit against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday afternoon.
— Jason McIntyre (@jasonrmcintyre) November 1, 2015
According to the Fox broadcast, Lockette is now moving, and he has suffered a concussion on the hit. They said he’s got “full movement” in his limbs.
Lockette appeared to be knocked out cold after taking a hit from Dallas Cowboys safety Jeff Heath.
— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) November 1, 2015
He was taken to the hospital for a medical exam. He was carted off the field after both teams’ medical personnel attended to him. On his way off the field, he pumped his fists and gave a signal to fans.
Prayers for Ricardo Lockette. 🙏🙏🙏 https://t.co/ZfrQj2DUfs
— JayBron James (@ViewsFromJay) November 1, 2015
Prayers to Ricardo Lockette pic.twitter.com/isWIY2nYfQ
— Chris Egan King-5 TV (@ChrisEgan5) November 1, 2015
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, after the game, said Lockette will stay in Dallas overnight and said he’s encouraged by the preliminary results.
The cart is near midfield to help Ricardo Lockette off the field. pic.twitter.com/8ihZtC64zt
— Edward Egros (@EdwardEgrosFox4) November 1, 2015
Stretcher on the field for Ricardo Lockette. AT&T Stadium is silent. pic.twitter.com/BVmuhKdlwM
— Mike Leslie (@MikeLeslieWFAA) November 1, 2015
Lockette laid motionless on the ground after the incident. Medical staff brought out a stretcher to take him off the field.
Seahawks and Cowboys players gathered around him and many took a knee.
Ricardo Lockette takes shot to the head during punt. Down. #SEAvsDAL
— KING 5 Sports (@KING5Sports) November 1, 2015
Scary scene in Dallas. Seattle WR Ricardo Lockette is down after a collision during a punt.
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) November 1, 2015
Prayers up for @RicardoLockette please. Love you bro!!!
— Sidney Rice (@sidneyrice) November 1, 2015
Scary stuff in Arlington, Ricardo Lockette takes a hit on special teams and wasn’t moving when he hit the ground
— Patrick Claybon (@PatrickClaybon) November 1, 2015
Ricardo Lockette down and lots of players rush quickly on field.
— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) November 1, 2015
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