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2021 35 445 12.71 2 0.00 566.2
2020 59 843 14.29 5 0.00 1147.1
3y Avg. 53 798 15.06 4 0.00 1037.9
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Fantasy News

  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Logs another full practice

    Gallup (knee) practiced in full Wednesday, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports. After ramping up to and maintaining full practices last week, Gallup had a chance to return this past Monday at the Giants. Ultimately, the Cowboys exercised caution with the fifth-year wide receiver and instead are focused on getting him ready for Sunday's game against the Commanders. Coach Mike McCarthy told Patrik Walker of the team's official site Tuesday that he was "hopeful" Gallup will be available Week 4, and Gallup himself said Wednesday that he's "fine" and "ready to go," per Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. If he does enough to make his season debut this weekend, Gallup likely will be on the receiving end of passes from Cooper Rush with Dak Prescott still in the midst of his recovery from a broken right thumb.
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Feels ready to go physically

    Gallup (knee) said Wednesday he feels physically 'fine,' Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. Gallup said he felt physically well enough to suit up for Monday's win over the Giants, but that mentally he's in need of a few more padded practices before officially retaking the field. Hill reports that Gallup is eying a season debut Sunday versus the Commanders, but the situation will still warrant monitoring. It appears that Cooper Rush will draw another start versus Washington, but that quarterback Dak Prescott (thumb) could be back in action as soon as Week 5.
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Week 4 Waiver Priority List

    Gallup was close to playing Monday night at the Giants in Week 3, so a return to the field seems imminent. When healthy and active, Gallup could emerge as a top 30 Fantasy receiver in all leagues. He's worth adding for 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB. If Gallup remains out in Week 4 against Washington, consider adding Noah Brown (27 percent rostered) in the interim. Brown is averaging 13.7 PPR points on the season as the No. 2 receiver through three games opposite CeeDee Lamb. Brown is worth 1 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Optimism for Week 4 debut

    Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy said Tuesday that Gallup (knee) will "get a bunch of work" Wednesday and "is close" to making his season debut, adding he's "hopeful" the wideout will suit up Sunday against the Commanders, Patrik Walker of the team's official site reports. Gallup logged a few days of practices ahead of the team's Monday night contest against the Giants, but he was ultimately held out. However, barring a setback, it appears like he'll have a good shot at making his season debut in Week 4. Noah Brown has emerged as a solid target for Cooper Rush, who continues to fill in for Dak Prescott (thumb), but when Gallup eventually returns, he'll likely slide into the No. 2 spot behind CeeDee Lamb.
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Inactive Monday, as expected

    Gallup (knee) is listed as inactive Monday at the Giants. Gallup put together a full week of practice in advance of the Dallas' Week 3 contest, providing optimism the fifth-year wide receiver may be able to log his first game action since tearing the ACL in his left knee Jan. 2. However, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reported earlier Monday that Gallup instead was trending toward another absence, which has come to pass. While CeeDee Lamb and Noah Brown will lead the team's receiving corps for another week, Gallup will set his sights on making his season debut Sunday against the Commanders, a game which both he and the Cowboys are hopeful he'll be play, per Jane Slater of NFL Network.
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Not expected to play Monday

    Gallup (knee) is expected to be inactive for Monday's divisional matchup against the Giants, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Gallup practiced in full leading up to Monday's contest, so for a moment his status appeared to be trending in the right direction, but the wideout now is expected to miss another game before presumably returning to action Week 4. However, an official word on Gallup's status may not come until roughly 90 minutes before Monday's 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff. If Gallup is unavailable Monday, Noah Brown once again will be set for a key role on offense alongside CeeDee Lamb.
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Questionable, status looking good

    Gallup (knee) is listed as questionable for Monday's contest against the Giants, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports. Gallup is listed as questionable, but the expectation is the $62 million receiver will make his season debut after practicing all week. It couldn't come at a better time, as the Cowboys enter a surprisingly critical NFC East battle without star quarterback Dak Prescott. Backup signal caller Cooper Rush has leaned on Noah Brown heavily during his short stint under center, but it's entirely possible the Cowboys could work Gallup slowly into the mix, which would still afford plenty of opportunities for Brown to see his typical target share.
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Season debut expected Monday

    Gallup (knee) is expected to make his season debut Monday against the Giants if he avoids a setback in practice during the week, Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News reports. Dallas has made sure not to rush Gallup in his recovery from a January ACL tear, but the wide receiver has progressed to the point of full practice participation, signalling to the coaching staff that he's approaching readiness for game action. Coach Mike McCarthy elaborated that Gallup won't be given an every-down role out of the gate, per Gehlken, so Noah Brown could continue to function as the No. 2 wide receiver behind CeeDee Lamb for the majority of Monday's game.
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Slated for full practice

    Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy said Wednesday that Gallup (knee) is scheduled to "take a full slate of reps this week," Jon Machota of The Athletic reports. Gallup is in line to handle full practice activity for the first time since initially tearing the ACL in his left knee in January, a notable step in the right direction. As long as he can avoid any setbacks during the next few days, Gallup appears to have a fair shot at returning versus the Giants on Monday. Dallas' first official injury report of the week will arrive Thursday, at which point Gallup's practice status will be clarified.
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Week 3 Waiver Priority List

    There is a chance Michael Gallup could make his 2022 debut in Week 3 at the Giants, and that's exciting given his upside. The Cowboys need help in the passing game, and Gallup could emerge as a No. 3 Fantasy receiver in the majority of leagues. The hope would be Gallup is up to speed when Dak Prescott returns, and then Gallup is rolling for Fantasy managers from the middle of the season on. Gallup is worth 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB. In the short term, Fantasy managers in deeper leagues can look at Noah Brown (1 percent rostered) as someone who can help after he had 15 targets in the first two games for 10 catches, 159 yards and a touchdown. Brown is worth 1 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Could return Week 3

    Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones said Monday that it's "certainly possible" Gallup (knee) could play Week 3 versus the Giants, Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. Gallup has resumed practicing in a limited capacity and could have a real shot at making his season debut versus the Giants on Monday Night Football. The Cowboys will roll with Cooper Rush through at least Week 4, so it would be a notable boon for the passing game to get Gallup back in action. It's possible that Dallas wants to see Gallup resume practicing as a full participant before clearing him for a return to game action.
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Not slated to play Sunday

    Coach Mike McCarthy confirmed Friday that Gallup (knee) won't play Sunday against the Bengals. Gallup has been able to practice in a limited fashion so far this season, but the Cowboys are proceeding deliberately with the wideout, who is bouncing back from an ACL tear that he sustained Jan. 2. Gallup thus will target a potential return to action Monday, Sept. 26 against the Giants, but for now Dallas' top available WR options are CeeDee Lamb, Noah Brown and Dennis Houston.
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Remains limited in practice

    Gallup (knee) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports. He remains on track to sit out Sunday's game against the Bengals before potentially making his season debut Week 3 against the Giants, according to Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. While Gallup's limited listing on the official practice report represented no change from Wednesday, the wideout took a meaningful step forward Thursday by practicing in pads for the first time since he tore the ACL in his left knee Jan. 2. The Cowboys plan to have Gallup steadily ramp up the intensity of his activity in their subsequent practices with the hope that he demonstrates enough progress to suit up in the team's Sept. 26 game in New York. If Gallup makes it back for that game, he would likely be catching passes from Cooper Rush, who is expected to serve as Dallas' starting quarterback through at least Week 4 while Dak Prescott is on the mend from thumb surgery.
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Officially ruled out

    Gallup (knee) won't play in Sunday's game against Tampa Bay, after logging limited practices Wednesday through Friday, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports. A return to full participation next week likely would give Gallup a shot to play in a Sunday afternoon matchup with the Bengals on Sept. 18. The Cowboys said all along that he'd miss Week 1, but the decision to keep him off the PUP list suggests they expect him to be ready before Week 5. They'll have a shaky group of complementary receivers behind CeeDee Lamb in the meantime, with Jalen Tolbert and Noah Brown the favorites to get playing time in the opener.
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Week 1 Waiver Priority List

    Gallup might not help you early in the season since he's still coming back from last year's torn ACL, so you can consider adding Jalen Tolbert (30 percent rostered) now as well for up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB. But Gallup should have the higher ceiling when healthy, and he's worth stashing in all leagues for 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB. The Cowboys need help in the passing game behind CeeDee Lamb and Dalton Schultz, and Gallup and Tolbert could be popular options for Dak Prescott. Given the Cowboys' investment in Gallup, as well as his history with Prescott, we could see Gallup emerge as a weekly starter in all three-receiver leagues.
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Week 1 Priority List

    Gallup might not help you early in the season since he's still coming back from last year's torn ACL, so you can consider adding Jalen Tolbert (30 percent rostered) now as well for up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB. But Gallup should have the higher ceiling when healthy, and he's worth stashing in all leagues for 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB. The Cowboys need help in the passing game behind CeeDee Lamb and Dalton Schultz, and Gallup and Tolbert could be popular options for Dak Prescott. Given the Cowboys' investment in Gallup, as well as his history with Prescott, we could see Gallup emerge as a weekly starter in all three-receiver leagues.
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Won't play or practice Week 1

    Coach Mike McCarthy said Monday that Gallup (knee) won't suit up for Sunday's regular-season opener against the Buccaneers or practice leading up to the contest, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. McCarthy said Gallup has "hit every target to date" in his recovery and "looks really good," but the wideout nonetheless won't suit up Week 1 as he continues to work his way back from a left ACL tear suffered early January. The fact that Gallup hasn't been placed on IR seems to be an indication that he has a fair chance to retake the field within the first four games of the 2022 campaign, but his expected return date remains undisclosed. Until Gallup is back in action, Jalen Tolbert and Noah Brown (toe) will be asked to handle key roles behind top receiver CeeDee Lamb (foot).
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Impressing coach with progress

    Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy said Wednesday that Gallup (knee) "looks excellent" and has avoided any setbacks in his recovery from ACL repair surgery, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. McCarthy's comments are the latest hint that Gallup could play early in the season, though both the wideout and the team have said a Week 1 cameo is unlikely. The Cowboys chose to keep him on the active roster rather than moving him to injured reserve on cutdown day, a move that would have ruled Gallup out for the first four weeks of the season. He suffered the ACL tear Week 17 last season and seemingly has a shot to miss only a couple games because of it.
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Should avoid reserve/PUP list

    Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Wednesday that the team plans to have Gallup (knee) on the 53-man roster Week 1 instead of stashing him on the reserve/PUP list to begin the regular season, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports. Gallup, who is working back from surgery to repair a torn ACL, is currently on the active/PUP list, but it looks like he'll avoid placement on the reserve version of the list, which would force him to miss at least four games. At this stage, Gallup isn't expected to play Week 1, but the Cowboys are leaving open the possibility that the wideout could return to action not too long after the Sept. 11 opener versus the Buccaneers.
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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Making progress

    The Cowboys feel "really good" about Gallup (knee) and chose not to move him to the reserve/PUP list Tuesday, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. A bunch of players coming back from major surgery were moved from active/PUP to reserve/PUP on Tuesday, clearing a roster spot while ruling them out for the first four games of the regular season. Gallup wasn't one of them, though the Cowboys technically can still shift him to the reserve/PUP list up until they make their third and final round of cuts Aug. 30. Despite ruling himself out for Week 1 already, Gallup appears to be on track to avoid that automatic four-game absence. The Cowboys certainly could use him, with James Washington (foot) out until at least late September and rookie Jalen Tolbert looking very rough around the edges in two preseason appearances.
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