4. Wayne Gallman
When Saquon Barkley got injured, the Giants turned to a rotation of runners but mainly featured Wayne Gallman. By the end of the year, Gallman finished with career numbers in yards and carries. His most efficient play came from week 11 on, and now he enters free agency with momentum.
Still, his career-high in carries was 147. Teams across the league are going to respect him as one of the top backup runners in the NFL, but like Brian Hill, he is not going to get offers to start.
One of the best features Gallman has going for him is his pass protection. The team can ease a load of Montgomery by bringing in Gallman to help in pass pro. Of course, the Bears could then turn to Gallman and a mix of Tarik Cohen if David Montgomery went down.
Gallman is not a flashy runner but gets the job done. He is better in pass pro, and in between the tackles than any other depth option on the roster. For the right price, he could end up in Chicago.