Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls Progressing Through Rehab

Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls

Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls

Thomas Rawls says, “Rehab is going phenomenal.” When training camp rolls around on July 30th, Rawls believes he will “most definitely” be ready. He is super confident, despite not running in over three months. He ended his rookie season early due to injuries sustained on the field last December.

The running back is developing a record of playing well and missing games. Though Rawls only played 7 out of 13 games, he had an impressive senior year at Central Michigan University. He finished the season with 1,103 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns.

He later signed a free agent deal with the Seahawks in May of 2015. He racked up 830 yards last season and scored 4 touchdowns before he broke his ankle and suffered ligament damage as a result of a low hit taken against the Baltimore Ravens.

Coach Pete Carroll will be depending on Rawls and the three rookies he drafted. There is a major gap left by the retirement of Marshawn Lynch. Fans are anxious to see what the Seahawks look like with the loss of some key players.

Tickets to view the players work through camp sold out in less than a week.