And the first touchdown of the preseason for the Seahawks goes to Tyler Lockett, who broke free for a 103-yard kickoff return after Denver had extended its lead to 9-3.

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And the first touchdown of the preseason for the Seahawks goes to Tyler Lockett, who broke free for a 103-yard kickoff return after Denver had extended its lead to 9-3. Lockett had cut loose for 46 yards on a previous kickoff return, but this time he more than doubled that total on an electric return.

The play, which put Seattle in front 10-9 with 11:33 left in the first half, featured a funny sidelight as field judge Eugene Hall ran into Seahawks coach Pete Carroll during the run. That drew an unsportsmanlike penalty on Seattle that was assessed on the kickoff, but the touchdown stood.