By Len Pasquarelli
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Financial details of the deal, confirmed by sources close to the player, were not yet available.
Despite being 37 years old and coming off an injury-shortened 2008 season, Galloway was seen by the Patriots and the Pittsburgh Steelers as still having the ability to stretch a secondary deep. Both franchises recruited Galloway on the premise that they will be Super Bowl contenders in 2009 and that he will play a key role in the offense as the No. 3 wide receiver"
Well, there goes Carr and Galloway. I'm not too concerned, but I think this is putting extra strain on our draft day. I think Galloway would have been a nice add for a couple years. My bet is he'll do well this year for the Pats at vet minimum, and get a better paycheck the following year.