Barber, Cadillac Surprised By Galloway Cut

October 24th, 2009

Apparently, Joey Galloway has stayed in touch with former teammates Ronde Barber and Cadillac Williams.

Both told the Boston Globe today that they were a bit shocked by Galloway getting cut from the Pats this week.

Tampa Bay running back Cadillac Williams was even more surprised than Barber about Galloway flaming out in Foxborough.

“Oh yeah, man, I was,” said Williams, demonstratively. “I actually talked to the guy back and forth. We texted in the last week or so. When I heard I was like, ‘wow.’ I was kind of surprised because that guy still has a lot of good years in him. He’s a heck of a football player. For whatever reason it just didn’t work out.”

Well, the Bucs apparent leader on offense, Cadillac Williams, thinks Galloway can still get it done. But don’t think for a minute that Mark Dominik and Raheem The Dream might consider a Galloway return.

First, there’s no reason to believe that Chucky disciple Greg Olson, who has been systematically returning Chucky’s plays to the offense, would be able put both Antonio Bryant and Galloway on the field at the same time. His mentor couldn’t figure that out. So why would he?

Second, veteran leadership and mentoring is not part of the plan for these Bucs.

One Response to “Barber, Cadillac Surprised By Galloway Cut”

  1. Ray Ehnle Says:

    Why would anyone be surprised that Belichick cut a shamer. Galloway screwed himself with the Bucs and apparently did the same thing with Belichick. He is the one who kept saying he wasn’t ready to play. He could do several consecutive 40 yd dashs under 5 seconds at Wideworld of Sports pulling a damn parachute but said he wasn’t ready to play. Then after a few months of that he says he had a broken foot while doing all of the above. Get more people who want to play some football.