NOLA- Former New Orleans Saints linebacker Junior Galette is signing a one-year, league minimum deal with the Redskins, according to his agent Alvin Keels.
"Junior Galette will sign a 1 year deal with the Washington Redskins today," Keels tweeted. "Junior is grateful for the second chance he is being afforded by the Redskins and is looking forward to not only producing on the field but also to display the veteran leadership in the locker room latest will help lead the Skins in a quest for a Super Bowl run.
The deal is for the league minimum. This deal isn't about the money. Junior feels that he has a lot to prove both on and off of the field. He is grateful for the opportunity."
It's over, it's over baby! Junior Galette is officially a member of another team in the National Football League (probably for like a day until he goes full 'Ballers' and fucks a teammates mom or outs someone as gay), and therefore no longer my blog material! It's about damn time. I can't even begin to tell you how many times I have said "I swear to God this is the last time I am going to talk about this fuck". This time it rings true. If Galette wants to do anything stupid, for instance, be himself, then somebody else can write about him. The only time Galette will be mentioned in this blog again is when I am using him as a comparison to make other, less moronic athletes look good. Well either that, or on November 16th, the day after Mark Ingram, CJ Spiller, and Khiry Robinson run him into the ground. So much for that $7 million dollar pay day Junior. Did that whole "drag your teammates names through the mud via a series of nearly indecipherable tweets" result in a couple interested teams getting cold feet? Who knew that teams wouldn't want to make a major financial commitment to player that's shown he can't handle the burden of it like an adult? I never would have imagined that an executive wouldn't want to induce his own locker room with, what can only be described as, cancer in it's most aggressive form, Junior Galette.
Just be glad Junior. Be glad that somehow, against all the odds, Daniel Snyder is still in a position to make personnel decisions. You want to know how far Galette has fallen? He's one year removed from a 4 year, $40 million dollar deal, he's playing for the most financially generous owner in sports, and he's playing for the LEAGUE MINIMUM. There are long snappers calling a man that has 22 sacks over the last two years their fiscal peer. I really do wish him luck, because when he's not talking he's actually a pleasure to watch on the football field. Unfortunately, he's one slip of the tongue from retirement, and knowing Junior that might not even be before the end of the weekend.