When did Ricardo Lockett get hurt?

December 27, 2020 Off By idswater

When did Ricardo Lockett get hurt?

Retired former Seahawks receiver Ricardo Lockette had a special moment while speaking at the Washington Fire Chiefs Conference this week. Lockette’s career ended after a serious neck injury he sustained in a Nov. 1, 2015 game that could have left him paralyzed — and as he later learned, could have killed him.

Who tackled Ricardo Lockette?

safety Jeff Heath
Last November, Dallas Cowboys safety Jeff Heath laid a hit on Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Ricardo Lockette that caused a serious neck injury and ultimately cost him his career.

Who is number 83 for the Seahawks?

Ricardo Quantaye Lockette (born May 21, 1986) is a former professional American football wide receiver who played in parts of four seasons for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League….Ricardo Lockette.

No. 83, 18, 16
Position: Wide receiver
Personal information
Born: May 21, 1986 Albany, Georgia
Height: 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)

Why did Ricardo Lockette re-sign with the Seahawks?

He eventually re-signed with the Seahawks despite being an unrestricted free agent. Jeff Heath says he “prayed” for Ricardo Lockette’s recovery after he suffered an on-field injury.

What did Jeff Heath do to Ricardo Lockette?

Jeff Heath says he “prayed” for Ricardo Lockette’s recovery after he suffered an on-field injury. On Nov. 1, 2015, in a game against the Dallas Cowboys that would change the trajectory of Lockette’s life and career forever, the wide receiver took what he called a “clean hit” from Jeff Heath while on punt coverage.

When did Ricardo Lockette play for the Bears?

Lockette then bounced to the 49ers and then the Chicago Bears before ultimately returning to the Seattle Seahawks where he won a Super Bowl in 2014 with the franchise, completing one key catch against the Denver Broncos. The following year, the Seahawks made it to the big dance yet again, and Lockette managed to secure three catches.

What’s the NCAA 200 meter dash record for Ricardo Lockette?

He won the NCAA Division II 200-meter dash in 2008, setting a personal record of 20.63 seconds. He’s also managed to run the 100-meter dash in a blistering 10.28 seconds and even managed to tie for the third-fastest 40-yard dash (4.37 seconds).