"Entering his second NFL season, Wayne Gallman has the inside track for the job as a change of pace complement to Saquon Barkley, who will rarely come off the field. Gallman has some burst and elusiveness in the open-field, but it is his ability to make plays as a receiver that will give him the leg-up on spelling Barkley over the likes of Jonathan Stewart and Robert Martin," wrote Matt Lombardo recently on NJ.com.
The story went on to say Stewart has "looked more like a plodding veteran running back trying to hang on," and the author questions how much he has left in the tank. The thought seems to be Stewart is more of a veteran presence in the locker room at this point as opposed to a back who can carry a significant workload. For those drafting Barkley, this may be a tidbit to remember.