SEATTLE (AP) -The Seattle Seahawks have lost their fifth starter on the offensive line by placing tackle Sean Locklear on injured reserve.
The team announced on Saturday that Locklear's season was over because of the toe he dislocated last weekend at St. Louis.
Backup quarterback Seneca Wallace will start behind a line of all fill-ins on Sunday against the New York Jets.
Seattle lost Pro Bowl tackle Walter Jones to IR last week. Seattle has 14 players on the list. Eight of those were starters in Week 1.
Also, quarterback Matt Hasselbeck is expected to miss his eighth game on Sunday with a bulging disk in his back.
The Seahawks signed safety Jamar Adams from the practice squad to take Locklear's place on the active roster.

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