Eddie Lacy vs. Thomas Rawls: Lacy is the favorite to be the team's featured back, but Rawls has a chance to make some noise with a strong summer. Rawls was fantastic as a rookie in 2015, piling up 830 yards and leading the league with a YPC average of 5.65. But last season he struggled through injuries and averaged just 3.20 YPC.
C.J. Prosise will be the third-down back and figures to be a big factor in the passing game. If he can prove he's durable, Prosise could carve out an even bigger role than anticipated.
It's telling that the Seahawks aggressively pursued running backs in free agency, eventually landing Lacy. Both players will get touches, but how the workload is divided will be determined by how productive they are on the field, the story said.