Tyler Lockett agrees to new deal: 'Seattle is home'  

Receiver Tyler Lockett explains why he signed a reworked two-year contract with the Seahawks: "Seattle is home."  

Lockett, 31, is entering his tenth season with the team that selected him in the third round in 2015.  

According to sources, his amended contract converted $4 million in salary to incentives and a signing bonus, reducing his cap figure for 2024 by $8 million.  

"Seattle is home," Lockett declared Wednesday, according to the Seattle Times. "Obviously, it's a company, so you have to look at what's good for them while also seeing what's good for yourself.  

And, given everything I've been able to do and become, it's incredibly nice to hear that the staff wants you to join the team as well.  

"... (I) try not to delve too far into the contract because I'm still in a fortunate circumstance.  

So everyone speaks about the contract, the money, whether it's a pay cut, or anything, but it's enough for us to stay here. That's plenty for them.  

He enters 2024 ranked second in Seahawks history for career receptions (612), receiving yards (7,994), and touchdown catches (59), following only Hall of Famer Steve Largent in all three categories.  

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