Thomas Rawls has had too much of this for his liking already this year: Being on the Seahawks’ sideline during games, not even in uniform. One week after being a healthy inactive for the first time in his three-year career, Rawls will be the lead running back Sunday when Seattle plays for the early NFC West lead at the Los Angeles Rams. Stephen Brashear AP
Thomas Rawls has had too much of this for his liking already this year: Being on the Seahawks’ sideline during games, not even in uniform. One week after being a healthy inactive for the first time in his three-year career, Rawls will be the lead running back Sunday when Seattle plays for the early NFC West lead at the Los Angeles Rams. Stephen Brashear AP

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October 06, 2017 7:38 AM