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Galloway joins long list of wide receiver blunders

The Joey Galloway experiment ended with nothing more than a whimper on the field from the veteran (7 catches, 67 yards in three games) and a grunt from Bill Belichick.

“(We) moved on on that one,” Belichick explained Tuesday. “He’s had a great career. It’s just one of those things; it just didn’t work out. I don’t think it’s anybody’s fault or anything that you can pinpoint, it’s just one of those things that didn’t work out.”

The 37-year-old Galloway’s exit leaves the Patriots at about 3-15 when it comes to wide receiver moves in the Belichick Era.

Of course, Randy Moss and Wes Welker are the hits. Drafting Deion Branch in round 2 in 2002 ranks as the third victory. Of course, Branch being dealt to Seattle when the team chose not to pay him counts as a loss, too, one you can argue from which the Pats have yet to recover.

Click here to read the full article – By Hector Longo of The Eagles-Tribune

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Time for Adalius Thomas to do some thinking

The view from 3,000 miles from Foxboro isn’t much different from the view at the lockers of Leigh Bodden, Adalius Thomas and Joey Galloway. It’s a little foggy, gray and inclement in both places.

Thomas, in particular, sits bewitched, bothered and bewildered after being a healthy inactive last Sunday during a 59-0 blowout of the Tennessee Titans. Unfortunately, being inactive is nothing new for the most expensive free agent signee of the Bill Belichick era, which is a large part of the reason he was sitting at home while less well compensated players were playing football in the snow.

It was a reminder to Thomas from a master psychologist just how quickly this can all end, and it was done in the safest of environments – on the day of a home game against one of the worst teams in pro football (just turn on the projector). Whether Thomas, Bodden or most anyone else not named Tom Brady was playing Sunday the Patriots were going to win.

Click here to read the full article – By Ron Borges of Boston Herald

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