Carroll: Rawls Expected To Be Seahawks' Lead Running Back

(Indianapolis, IN)  --  Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll says he expects Thomas Rawls will be the lead running back for the team after he recovers from a broken ankle.  Rawls will likely be well enough to join the team in training camp this summer, and Carroll says he has a "great shot" to replace the retired Marshawn Lynch as the starter.  Rawls displayed speed and aggressiveness in subbing for the injured Lynch last season before injuring the ankle in the Seahawks' win over the Colts.

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