Wayne Gallman

RB / Minnesota Vikings / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bye 7

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    Vikings' Wayne Gallman: Claimed by Vikings

    The Minnesota Vikings have claimed Wayne Gallman off waivers from the Falcons.The move follows the placement of fellow running back Alexander Mattison on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Gallman thus gives the Vikings added backfield depth behind top back Dalvin Cook. Also currently on the team's active roster is RB Kene Nwangwu, while A.J. Rose is on Minnesota's practice squad.

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    Wayne Gallman: Let go by Falcons

    Wayne Gallman was waived by Atlanta on Saturday.Gallman was a healthy scratch in Atlanta's Week 13 game against the Buccaneers and played 45 offensive snaps over six games for the Falcons. The team signed Qadree Ollison from the practice squad to replace Gallman at third-string running.

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    Falcons' Wayne Gallman: Healthy scratch Week 13

    Wayne Gallman (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers.Gallman played five offensive snaps and had four carries for 19 yards last week against the Jaguars, but he'll be a healthy scratch for Sunday's contest. Qadree Ollison was elevated from the practice squad and is active in Gallman's place.

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    Falcons' Wayne Gallman: Four touches in Week 12

    Wayne Gallman rushed four times for 19 yards during Sunday's 21-14 win over the Jaguars.Gallman has been a non-factor in back-to-back weeks after his season-high performance -- 17 touches for 76 total yards -- in Week 10. Despite being out-touched by Mike Davis 8-4, Gallman was still able to match his production with 19 total yards. However, Davis' involvement in the passing game likely still solidifies him as the No. 2 fantasy commodity in the Atlanta Falcons' backfield, but neither Gallman or Davis appear to be viable options when Cordarrelle Patterson is healthy.

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    Falcons' Wayne Gallman: Takes back seat in loss

    Wayne Gallman rushed one time for negative three yards during Thursday's 25-0 loss to the Patriots.After a season-high performance in Week 10, coach Arthur Smith made it clear that Gallman was still third on the depth chart at running back behind Cordarrelle Patterson (ankle) and Mike Davis. However, Patterson was ruled out for the matchup with New England due to a sprained ankle, which elevated Gallman to the No. 2 spot. Nonetheless, he was still a nonfactor in the Atlanta Falcons' Week 11 loss, and, surprisingly, Qadree Ollison led Atlanta's backfield with nine carries for 34 yards. Fantasy managers should continue to monitor the backfield situation, but if Patterson is healthy moving forward, it's likely he will demand the majority of touches.

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    Falcons' Wayne Gallman: Remains third on depth chart

    Atlanta Falcons head coach Arthur Smith said that Wayne Gallman remains third on the depth chart at running back behind Cordarrelle Patterson (ankle) and Mike Davis, Josh Kendall of The Athletic reports.Smith went on to say that Gallman's season-high 52 percent snap share and season-high 15 carries in last week's 43-3 loss to the Cowboys was mostly a byproduct of a blowout, in addition to the fact that the Falcons faced a quick turnaround for Week 11 with a Thursday night game versus New England. With 23 snaps, Gallman outpaced both Patterson (15) and Davis (20), but Gallman won't be a lock to lead the way for the Atlanta backfield even if Patterson -- who is listed as questionable for Thursday's game -- ends up sitting. Prior to last week, both Patterson and Davis had consistently worked ahead of Gallman, and if Smith is to be believed, the pecking order among the backs won't change Week 11. That being said, a Patterson absence Thursday would still open up more opportunities for Gallman than usual, even if Davis is the likelier candidate of the two to pick up the start.

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    Falcons' Wayne Gallman: Team-high 55 rushing yards

    Wayne Gallman rushed 15 times for 55 yards and caught one of two targets for 21 yards during Sunday's 43-3 loss to the Cowboys.After being a healthy scratch in back-to-back contests, Gallman paced Atlanta's backfield during the blowout loss to Dallas on Sunday. The increased role likely was due to the game being out of reach, but it's certainly worth monitoring, as Mike Davis' production has been significantly reduced since Atlanta's Week 6 bye. If Gallman can overtake Davis on the depth chart, he would be worthy of consideration in deeper leagues due to Matt Ryan's usage of running backs in the passing game. However, Cordarrelle Patterson's versatility will keep him solidified as the No. 1 fantasy option among Atlanta Falcons running backs.

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    Falcons' Wayne Gallman: Inactive Sunday

    Wayne Gallman (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game at New Orleans, Tori McElhaney of the Atlanta Falcons' official site reports.Gallman will be a healthy scratch for the second consecutive contest. Qadree Ollison was elevated from the practice squad for Sunday and will serve as Atlanta's reserve tailback behind Mike Davis and Cordarrelle Patterson.

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    Falcons' Wayne Gallman: Healthy scratch Sunday

    Wayne Gallman (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game versus the Panthers.Gallman saw action in the past three games for Atlanta, totaling eight carries for 33 yards while failing to catch his lone target. He'll be a healthy scratch for Sunday, leaving Cordarrelle Patterson and Mike Davis as the team's two available tailbacks.

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    Falcons' Wayne Gallman: Not part of offensive game plan

    Wayne Gallman played three offensive snaps and rushed one time for two yards during Sunday's 30-28 win over the Dolphins.For the second straight game, Gallman rushed just one time for two yards and played just three offensive snaps. Barring an injury, the 27-year-old running back is not a viable fantasy option.

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