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Thomas Rawls

Thomas Rawls

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2024 Outlook

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Thomas Rawls get released by the Jaguars

Thomas Rawls was released by the Jaguars on Friday, Michael DiRocco of reports.

Fantasy Impact

Rawls dealt with a hamstring injury during camp and he struggled in the preseason with eight carries for 24 yards and three catches for 19 yards. Look for Rawls to get signed by a team needing RB depth at some point this season.

John Aubin5 years ago
Thomas Rawls rushes for 19 yards in preseason loss

Thomas Rawls rushed seven times for 19 yards and caught three passes also for 19 yards as the Jaguars lost to the Eagles on Thursday in preseason action.

Fantasy Impact

Rawls is hoping to make a comeback this season with the Jaguars after only playing one game in 2018. The veteran running back is currently fourth on the depth chart and will need a stronger showing in the preseason to move up.

John Aubin5 years ago
Thomas Rawls signs with Bengals

The Bengals have signed RB Thomas Rawls and waived Tra Carson.

Fantasy Impact

Rawls could be in the mix for a few carries right away as a backup to Giovani Bernard while Joe Mixon (knee) is out for 2-4 weeks. Rawls will battle for backup carries with rookie Mark Walton. Rawls averaged just 2.7 YPC in 12 games with the Seahawks last season. He can remain on the waiver wire except in the deepest of leagues.

Brad Richter6 years ago
Thomas Rawls released by Jets

New York Daily News writer Manish Mehta tweeted that the Jets have waived running back Thomas Rawls. The move came as no surprise, as Rawls was slow to recover from nagging injuries and never really contended for a roster spot in a thin Jets' backfield.

Fantasy Impact

Rawls has done precious little since his breakout 2015 rookie campaign. He averaged just 3.02 yards-per-carry during the last two years in Seattle. Rawls has the feel of a "one-year wonder" player who is well off the fantasy radar, even in dynasty.

Thomas Rawls joins crowded Jets backfield

Former Seattle Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls signed a one-year deal with the New York Jets. Rawls will compete for carries with fellow free agent signee Isaiah Crowell, Bilal Powell, and Elijah McGuire in a crowded New York backfield.

Fantasy Impact

Rawls tailed off badly last season, averaging a paltry 2.7 yards-per-carry behind a terrible Seattle offensive line. Rawls burst onto the scene with a strong second half to his 2015 rookie campaign but has had little success since. Still just 24, there's time for Rawls to get his career back on track, but he'll have a hard time doing so with a mediocre Jets offense this season, where Rawls will further be hampered by competing for carries behind Crowell, Powell, McGuire, and any rookies the rebuilding Jets should select. Rawls is well off the fantasy radar.