Cowboys catcher Michael Gallup will reappear against Falcons after eight weeks of inactivity

Michael Gallup, catcher for the Dallas Cowboys, was in a good mood Tuesday afternoon.

He was awarding specialty beds and a free ride back to base in one of the famous Cowboys buses to a couple of Fort Hood military families.

Gallup understands what the military means to families because his two adopted older brothers were Marines.

And with Gallup in a good mood, he also wants to help his soccer team.

The Cowboys wide receiver is expected to be activated to the 53-man roster this week after missing eight weeks with a calf strain.

He suffered the injury in Week 1 and had to watch Dalton Schultz, Cedrick Wilson and Noah Brown take some of the receptions that would have come to him as the third option in the passing offense.

“I’ve been ready to come back for a long time and the team is playing really well,” Gallup said.

“So I just want to be a part of that, and I want to help my team, I’m really looking forward to it.”

Gallup is a long pass threat, something the Cowboys need to do more.

“It was definitely very frustrating to be hurt,” Galluo said.

“Injuries happen and for me, fortunately, it was nothing that kept me out the entire season. I am blessed by that, but I am definitely angry that I suffered that injury. But it’s something I have to get over, that’s all. “

Gallup’s recovery was different than Prescott’s.

Gallup said he didn’t have any setbacks during the rehab process, but he had to be patient.

The Cowboys took a conservative approach knowing that

Gallup is in the final year of its contract with Dallas.

In his four NFL seasons, Gallup averaged 15.4 yards per reception and in 2019 set personal records for receptions (66) and yards (1,107).

Last season, those numbers fell with Lamb’s appearance, but Gallup still produced 843 receiving yards on 59 receptions and five touchdowns.

Not bad for the Cowboys’ third-choice receiver.

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Cowboys catcher Michael Gallup will reappear against Falcons after eight weeks of inactivity