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