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Veteran offensive lineman Robert Gallery has agreed in principle to a one-year contract with the New England Patriots, a league source with knowledge of the situation confirmed.
Gallery was recently cut by the Seattle Seahawks after starting a dozen games last season. He has started 103 career games.
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Bill Belichick is always on the lookout for talent, especially in free agency. New England may have found another player worthy of the opportunity to rejuvenate their career in former first round pick Robert Gallery. Cast off by the Raiders, and now the Seahawks, Gallery agreed to terms with the Patriots.
If Patriots fans are looking for an excuse as to why the Giants’ pass rush was able to dominate New England’s offensive line in the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl, Logan Mankins has provided them with a decent one. Before you rip me apart for being a Giants hater, I’m not saying it is an excuse and the Patriots would have won otherwise, but it certainly didn’t help. According...
Quarterback Matt Flynn agreed to a three-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks worth $26M, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
So Seattle plucked Flynn away from Miami - who is now likely to focus on signing Alex Smith after also falling out of the running for Peyton Manning. Flynn should beat out Tarvaris Jackson for the starting gig in Seattle, and looks to rank as...
2011 Season Summary
In the second season of the John Schneider-Pete Carroll regime, the Seahawks once again finished 7-9; the difference being this time, there was no sneaking into the playoffs with the 49ers having wrapped up the division before December. Arguably, this was a better season for the Seahawks, as they showed off a physical and tough demeanor. For the first...
The New England Patriots are once again adding depth through solid veteran players without breaking the bank to do so.
Late Saturday afternoon it was learned that New England signed former Indianapolis Colts WR Anthony Gonzalez to a contract whose terms have no been disclosed. Gonzalez, a first round pick out of Ohio State in 2007, has had three successive seasons cut short by...
The New England Patriots added two veteran wide receivers on Saturday. Earlier in the day they signed former Colts receiver Anthony Gonzalez, who’s battled injuries throughout his five-year NFL career.
Gonzalez has only played in a complete 16-game regular season one time, and that was in 2008. This past season he was active for only eight games and didn’t record any receptions...
Steve Grogan was the New England Patriots quarterback for 16 years, from 1975 to the year 1990. In 1975 the New England Patriots drafted Steve Grogan in the fifth round. He went to school at Kansas State, where he was one of the schools all time leaders in offense. Steve Grogan played in thirteen games that year, out of a fourteen game season. He started 7 games of the last 8 because...
New Patriots DL/OLB Trevor Scott
Brandon Lloyd and Anthony Gonzalez are the newest members of the New England Patriots wide receiving corps, instantly upgrading a position that lacked big play ability last season.
In Brandon Lloyd, the Patriots get a receiver with prior experience with Josh McDaniels' and the Patriots' complicated system.
Lloyd had his best season under McDaniels and his skill set...
The New England Patriots are rolling through free agency and getting things done. While signing Brandon Lloyd and Anthony Gonzalez, the Patriots didn’t neglect the defensive end of the ball, signing hybrid Oakland DE/OLB Trevor Scott.
The Patriots are targeting backup players who can play substantial roles and giving them the opportunity to come in and start.
In Scott, the...