Not sure why no one suggested but I use
sp_fkeys to query foreign keys for a given table:
EXEC sp_fkeys 'TableName'
You can also specify the schema:
EXEC sp_fkeys @pktable_name="TableName", @pktable_owner="dbo"
Without specifying the schema, the docs state the following:
If pktable_owner is not specified, the default table visibility rules
of the underlying DBMS apply.
In SQL Server, if the current user owns a table with the specified
name, that table’s columns are returned. If pktable_owner is not
specified and the current user does not own a table with the specified
pktable_name, the procedure looks for a table with the specified
pktable_name owned by the database owner. If one exists, that table’s
columns are returned.