Actually, the only thing clear about the matter is that the Seattle Seahawks backup quarterback didn't say anything clearly as his team's game against the San Francisco 49ers went into overtime Monday night.
Compartment syndrome is a rare but potentially unsafe condition in which pressure builds to extreme levels in a limb after it undergoes some sort of trauma, either from a big hit or simple exercise. However, the injury shouldn't be a problem for Lockett in the future and the receiver should be available to play in Seattle's next game in Week 12, Carroll added. "He'll need to rest of this week to make sure everything goes away".
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"It'll be okay, but it's a pretty severe situation for right now", he said.
"I think they call it compartmental issues", Carroll told reporters Tuesday. He had three catches for 26 yards in the win. He's well on his way towards posting career-highs in receptions, yards and touchdowns as the Seahawks' new number one receiver. While he did not provide specifics on a timeline for his return, a source told ESPN's Dan Graziano that Lockett may not miss any games since the Seahawks have a Week 11 bye. "It showed up in the MRI testing of it". "There's a compartment element in this so they've got to make sure and just got to take care of him".