RB - NYG
Wayne Gallman was able to return to practice on Monday. He missed Week 6's contest due to a concussion.
Gallman will still need to clear concussion protocol, but his involvement in the early-week practice session is a good sign. Still, it looks like Saquon Barkley could be back sooner than expected, which would basically make Gallman droppable outside of the deepest leagues.
Wayne Gallman has been ruled out for Thursday’s Week 6 contest against the Patriots.
Gallman suffered a concussion Sunday against the Vikings and had little chance to pass protocol within a few days. With Gallman and Saquon Barkley ruled out, look for Jon Hillman and Elijah Penny to lead the Giants backfield. Both are desperation plays against a tough New England defense.
Wayne Gallman has been ruled out with a concussion. He will not return in Week 5.
Gallman was injured in the first quarter, which left fantasy owners with 1.4 PPR points for Week 5. Those who roster Gallman will hope for better news to come out early in Week 6.
Wayne Gallman exited Week 5's contest to be evaluated for a concussion. He he questionable to return.
Gallman is currently questionable to return. If he does not clear concussion protocol to return, he will leave fantasy owners with an unexpected low-point total.
Giants running back Wayne Gallman rushed 18 times for 63 yards and a touchdown and caught six passes for 55 yards and another touchdown in Sunday's win over Washington. He also lost a fumble.
Gallman is the lead back with Saquon Barkley injured, and he made the most of his opportunities on Sunday. He will have a tougher matchup the next two weeks when the Giants face off against the Vikings and Patriots but remains worthy of a start in most formats due to his current workload.
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