3.) Wayne Gallman
Gallman disappeared off the face of the earth in 2019, logging just 15% of the offensive snaps last year. Even his playing time on special teams decreased. He recorded 110 yards and two touchdowns, most of which came after Saquon Barkley’s injury.
With the Giants signing Dion Lewis to take over back-up running back duties, Gallman is undoubtedly at risk of losing his job with Big Blue. While he was a productive player at Clemson before entering the NFL in 2017, the Giants are still looking to eradicate any Jerry Reese picks. I believe he holds some sort of value in the running game, as he has posted decent production at times. Nonetheless, the Giants don’t necessarily need him and could easily supplement the running back position with a free agent, similar to what they did with Joe Allen in 2019.