The Seahawks get good news about their Beast Mode-less backfield
For the first time since the summer of 2010, the Seattle Seahawks are preparing to enter the season without running back Marshawn Lynch, who has announced his retirement.
But they should have Thomas Rawls, whose 2015 rookie season ended with a broken ankle in mid-December.
Rawls said Sunday that he will be ready for the start of training camp.
— Sheil Kapadia (@SheilKapadia) July 10, 2016
Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls says he expects to be full go the first week of training camp and for the start of the season.
— Jayson Jenks (@JaysonJenks) July 10, 2016
With Beast Mode in retirement mode, the Seahawks drafted three running backs: C.J. Prosise (Notre Dame), Alex Collins (Arkansas) and Zac Brooks (Clemson). However, it’s Rawls who should handle the bulk of the load, if he is healthy. He rushed for 830 yards (a whopping 5.6 yards per carry) and four TDs in 13 games (seven starts) last season.