Saturday saw the season for two New England Patriots come to an end.
Offensive lineman Robert Gallery, signed as insurance while Logan Mankins recovers from ACL surgery, called it a career Saturday. Gallery was having a rough training camp and was noticeably overpowered by Vince Wilfork in one-on-one drills.
The veteran spent his first seven years with the Oakland Raiders after...
New England Patriots offensive lineman Robert Gallery has decided to retire during training camp. According to reports, he was not able to play the way he expected to and retired due to the overall wear and tear on his body.
Gallery, who played tackle and guard, was the first round pick (2nd overall) of the Oakland Raiders in the 2004 NFL Draft out of Iowa. After 7 seasons in...
New England guard Robert Gallery retired Saturday, 4 1/2 months after signing with Patriots as a free agent.
The 2003 Outland Trophy winner at Iowa as the nation's best interior lineman, he was drafted second overall by Oakland and spent seven seasons with the Raiders. The 31-year-old lineman spent last season with Seattle.
The Patriots also signed defensive back Derrick Martin...
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August 04, 2012
Offensive lineman Robert Gallery has retired from football before playing a game with the New England Patriots. The Patriots announced Saturday that the No. 2 overall pick in the NFL draft by the Oakland Raiders in 2004 is calling it a career after eight seasons. Gallery, 31, joined the Patriots as a free agent in March. He played one season with the Seattle Seahawks in 2012...
The New England Patriots know who they want, and they're signing them fast.
Robert Gallery, who was the second overall pick of the 2004 draft, Gallery, 6’7, 325 brings a huge presence in the interior line and surely will get some hands-on time with Dante Scarnecchia.
Gallery started his career in Oakland as a left tackle, but eventually moved inside to guard. He is a dominant...
(Update: Gallery has been released) Robert Gallery's agent made a public statement saying that the guard will be released from the Seahawks. Last offseason the Bengals got into a bidding war for Gallery and he chose Seattle because former Raiders coach Tom Cable was hired there. He could become a target for the Bengals again this year and would come at a cheaper price.
NFL free agency is in full swing and now you can add guard Robert Gallery to the list of players looking for a new team, as he was released by the Seattle Seahawks.
In a tweet sent out by Gallery’s agent, Rick Smith, he confirmed that the Seattle Seahawks would be releasing the former Hawkeye.
I was just informed by the Seahawks that Robert Gallery will be released. He played...
The Seattle Seahawks have decided to release veteran offensive lineman Robert Gallery.
Gallery's agent posted news of his release on his Twitter account and noted his client played hurt all last season.
The Seahawks signed Gallery to a three-year, $15 million contract prior to last season.
The 31-year-old Gallery was the No. 2 overall draft pick of the Oakland Raiders in 2004.
RENTON -- Left guard Robert Gallery left Monday's game against St. Louis in the fourth quarter and sat out practice on Wednesday and Thursday. He returned to practice Friday, though, and is "good to go," according to Seahawks coach Pete Carroll.Seattle will release its final injury report on Friday afternoon before leaving for Chicago, and Carroll indicated that offensive...
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RENTON -- Robert Gallery wasn't just back on the field last week in Cleveland.He was better."He looked quick and looked flexible," coach Pete Carroll said. "For his first time playing in five weeks he played well."Gallery was the player that Seattle signed to be the veteran anchor on its offensive line, but he was underwhelming in the exhibition season. Turns...