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Seattle Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls scored the team's first rushing touchdown of the season in style on Sunday vs. the Cincinnati Bengals, sprinting for a 69-yard score. 

By SI Wire
October 11, 2015

Seattle Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls scored the team's first rushing touchdown of the season in style on Sunday vs. the Cincinnati Bengals, sprinting for a 69-yard score. 

Rawls, who is filling in for Marshawn Lynch (hamstring) and Fred Jackson (ankle), took the hand off and ran through a massive hole up the middle. The rookie out of Central Michigan then showed off a burst of speed, out running the Cincinnati secondary up the sideline. 

Rawls ran for 1103 yards and 10 touchdowns on 210 carries at Central Michigan last season. He started his career at Michigan, where he ran for 333 yards over three seasons.

The Seahawks signed Rawls as an undrafted free agent on May 8. 

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