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Giants to get veteran RB Freeman up-to-speed quickly

The New York Giants officially signed veteran free agent running back DEVONTA FREEMAN to a one-year deal to help replaced injured star SAQUON BARKLEY. Giants head coach Joe Judge said onMore Wednesday that the team plans to get Freeman “caught up as fast as we can and get him rolling”. Freeman is expected to have a role in Sunday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers, along with fellow running backs DION LEWIS and WAYNE GALLMAN. Less

Source: New York Post


Everyone out for Giants vs. Patriots

Well, maybe not everyone. But the New York Giants will be missing much of their offense for tonight's game against the New England Patriots. The Giants on Wednesday officially ruled outMore running backs SAQUON BARKLEY (ankle) and WAYNE GALLMAN (concussion), tight end EVAN ENGRAM (knee), and wide receiver STERLING SHEPARD (concussion). Less

Source: New York Daily News


Gallman suffers concussion vs. Vikings

New York Giants running back WAYNE GALLMAN suffered a concussion in the first quarter of Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings and did not return. With star running back SAQUON BARKLEYMore already out of action with a high right ankle sprain, the Giants were down to undrafted rookie JON HILLIMAN and fullback ELI PENNY on Sunday. The Giants rushed for just 64 total yards in the game. Less

Source: New York Daily News


No Barkley, no problem for Giants

Popular wavier wire pick-up WAYNE GALLMAN did his fantasy owners and the New York Giants proud on Sunday against Washington. Gallman, filling in for injured star running back SAQUON BARKLEY, turnedMore in a Barkley-like performance with 118 yards of offense and 2 touchdowns on Sunday. With Barkley expected to be out for at least a month with a high ankle sprain, Gallman showed he was up to the challenge of leading the Giants backfield. Less

Source: New York Post


No Surgery for Saquon

New York Giants star running back SAQUON BARKLEY will not need surgery on his injured ankle. While there is no official timetable for his return, the Giants did confirm that BarkleyMore will not be placed on injured reserve – meaning that he can return sooner rather than later. In the meantime, third-year running back WAYNE GALLMAN will take over in the Giants backfield. Less

Source: Team Website

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Barkley likely out 4-8 weeks

New York Giants star running back SAQUON BARKLEY suffered a high ankle sprain in Sunday’s game and could miss between four and eight weeks due to the injury. Unfortunately for BarkleyMore and his fantasy owners, the longer time frame is reportedly considered the more likely case. With Barkley out of action, the Giants will turn to running back WAYNE GALLMAN to lead the backfield. Less


Around the NFL: Giants running backs

Saquon Barkley is the top pick in most fantasy drafts, and it makes sense. He's the main man in the Giants ground game and will very possibly lead the team in receptions too (a year ago his 91 were 14 more than 2nd-ranked Odell Beckham). Protecting that pick with the proper handcuff is iffier.   more »



Giants place RB Stewart on IR

The New York Giants placed running back JONATHAN STEWART on injured reserve on Friday, likely ending his season before it even got started. Stewart was not helping fantasy teams anywhere after slipping to third on the depth chart behind rookie SAQUON BARKLEY and second-year back WAYNE GALLMAN.

Source: New Jersey Star-Ledger

Around the NFL: Jonathan Stewart on last legs?

Saquon Barkley is a first-round pick in fantasy drafts, and it wouldn't be terribly surprising if he doesn't come off the field very often this season. The Giants gave Jonathan Stewart a two-year, $6.9 million contract in March, with $3 million guaranteed, but that looked bad at the time and even worse now.   more »

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Giants RB Barkley a pretty good receiver too

New York Giants running back SAQUON BARKLEY was catching everything in sight at a recent team minicamp for rookies. Last season, Giants running backs SHANE VAREEN and WAYNE GALLMAN were rankedMore 30th and 31st of the 32 qualifying running backs in yards per catch. It looks like there’s nowhere to go but up for the Giants and Barkley appears to be up to the task. Less



Giant waive RB Perkins

The New York Giants waived running back Paul Perkins late last week with a non-football injury. Perkins was the Giants’ top running back at the start of last season but theMore team will be moving on without him in 2018. The Giants backfield this season will feature rookie SAQUON BARKLEY, along with promising second-year back WAYNE GALLMAN and veteran JONATHAN STEWART. Less

Source: New York Daily News

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