Galloway Won’t Flex Muscles Against Bucs

October 20th, 2009

Former Bucs wide receiver Joey Galloway, who was signed in the offseason by the Patriots, won’t be sharing any fish and chips with his old friends on the Bucs this weekend in London

Galloway was cut, as Joe’s good friend, the dean of Tampa Bay sports radio, “The Big Dog,” Steve Duemig  of WDAE-AM 620 just e-mailed Joe.

It seems the Bucs are looking for wide receivers, as clearly they brought in receivers for a workout a week ago and signed Yamon Figurs as a result. Might the Bucs take another flier on Galloway?

Raheem The Dream was quoted saying Sammie Stroughter should model his career development after Joey Galloway because they are similar body types and Galloway has a great work ethic and was a great young kick/punt returner, as well.

Rough last few days for Galloway. First his Buckeyes go down to Purdue and now he’s out of a gig. 

(Tip ‘o the hat to “The Big Dog.”)

3 Responses to “Galloway Won’t Flex Muscles Against Bucs”

  1. Eric S Says:

    Jon Gruden deserved to be fired after last season. But it sure seems like in the last few years, he knew when to get rid of players or bench them. He got rid of S. Quarles and he never played again. He got rid of Rice and he basically disappeared. He benched Galloway and Joey proved he has nothing left this season. I have a feeling that Duemig won’t be pointing this out though.

  2. mr. Lucky Says:

    Hey do you think the patriots would be interested in Clayton for a 2nd round pick?

  3. Eric S Says:

    I gather that you are kidding Mr. Lucky. With his contract and lack of production, there is no way Clayton would fetch a 2nd rounder. Or a 3rd rounder. Or a 4th rounder for that matter. He is almost like a glorified TE. He is a great blocker, but just doesn’t make enough plays on offense to justify him staying in the starting lineup. It is amazing how far his career has gone downhill after his rookie season. I think he got caught up in all the hoopla and lived it up. Reminds me a bit of what happened to Shaun King. He had a successful rookie season. He almost led them to a Super Bowl. Then he is out of the league after a few years. He seemed to not work hard on his craft. I think Clayton is the same way.