Thomas Rawls

#34 | Seattle Seahawks | RB

Player Profile

Thomas Rawls
  • Projected Points2.95
  • Next GameWeek 4
  • OpponentIndianapolis Colts
  • StatusHealthy
  • Bio
  • Height5'10"
  • Weight220
  • Age21
  • Date of BirthDecember 7, 1995
  • CollegeCentral Michigan
  • Experience3rd Season
  • Draft
  • Year2015
  • RoundUDFA
  • TeamSEA FA

Latest News

  • Thomas Rawls Healthy But Unlikely To Produce

    Seattle Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls is officially considered fully healthy (ankle), but he'll likely still have the training wheels on in Week 3. Cleared to play in Week 2, Rawls only saw a few carries before being replaced by rookie sensation Chris Carson. With another week of healing under his belt, expect Rawls' carry number to increase, but he'll likely still split the work with Carson. This will probably hinder the scoring for both backs, but head coach Pete Carroll doesn't care about fantasy production. Rawls is unlikely to put up solid fantasy numbers against Tennessee.

    yesterday | RotoBaller
  • Thomas Rawls Limited Against SF

    Seattle Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls started the game against the rival 49ers on Sunday, but it was a short-lived appearance. Rawls was quickly replaced by rookie sensation Chris Carson and only carried the ball five times in the game, all in the first half. It was Rawls first game back after dealing with a high ankle sprain for the last month, so some limiting of his carries was to be expected, but it was surprising exactly how little he was used, especially when the game turned out to be surprisingly close right to the end. It's unclear whether the downpour throughout the game contributed to the limitation, but either way, expect Rawls' workload to begin to increase from here.

    6 days ago | RotoBaller
  • Thomas Rawls Ready To Play

    Seattle Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls was officially a full participant in practice on Friday and is now considered ready to roll against the 49ers this Sunday. Rawls had been held out through the end of the preseason and Week 1 with a high ankle sprain that was not considered serious, but the team wanted to make sure to let it heal completely instead of rushing him back into action too quickly. Rawls will take over the starting role, and he'll be expected to have a big game against San Francisco. However, while he's expected to perform well during his snaps, don't be surprised if his action is somewhat limited as a precautionary measure by the coaching staff, depending on the game situation.

    7 days ago | RotoBaller


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