The Facts: The Seahawks held another OTA closed to the media on Wednesday. But as they did Tuesday after the first of the seven OTAs they will hold, they also published a set of pictures of the action and again provided one that was suitably intriguing — receiver Lockett sort-of wearing a helmet while standing next to offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell.
Diehards Line: As Times staffer Bob Condotta added, "I say sort-of because the picture shows Lockett on the sidelines with a helmet pulled up off of his head. That he has a helmet at all, though, seems meaningful since you wouldn’t think he’d have one in any manner if he wasn’t doing something during the workouts. ..." Condotta went on to suggest that if Lockett is doing anything then that is a really good sign. Lockett broke both his tibia and fibula in a game against the Arizona Cardinals on Dec. 24. He’s said in every interview since that his rehab is going well, and said as recently as Tuesday in an interview with SiriusXM NFL Radio that his goal is to be fully ready by the start of training camp. Players are not in full pads in OTAs and there is no full contact. But Lockett doing anything would at least indicate he hasn’t had any setbacks and is able to get out and do some work. We'll continue to watch for more.