35-Year-Old Offensive Tackle – Free Agent
2016 Fantasy Football Outlook
There was no outlook written for Sean Locklear in 2016. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
2016 ADP: –
Sean Locklear Contract Information:
Signed with the Falcons in November of 2013.
Locklear is out for the season due to a "serious" injury to his right knee, the New York Daily News reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
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Reserve offensive tackle.
A versatile offensive lineman, Locklear moved to left tackle last season while Walter Jones was sidelined. Locklear will move back to right tackle this season where he is more suited.
Locklear's 2008 ended in late December on IR with a toe injury, but he held out longer than the rest of Seattle's offensive line -- he was the last of the starting five to be lost for the season. Locklear, who also missed the first two games to a knee injury, returns as the starting right tackle and eventual replacement for Walter Jones at left tackle. Health will be key, of course.
Locklear will start at right tackle.
Like all of Seattle's offensive linemen last year, Locklear dealt with his share of injuries. He's healthy now, though, and will man the right tackle spot on what should be an above-average offensive line, if not exactly dominant.
Locklear took over right tackle last season and provided steady play, despite being whistled for a phantom holding call that helped cost Seattle the Super Bowl. Locklear will again team with guard Chris Gray on the right side of one of the league's best offensive line.
Locklear is the primary offensive line backup. He is a quality blocker who can step in should an injury sideline one of the starters and he can play guard or tackle.
Locklear is a backup offensive line. He'll likely get playing time in camp as injuries and holdouts force the Seahawks to puzzle together an offensive line. But he won't play much in the season.