FOXBORO - Patriots head coach Bill Belichick said on Tuesday that no one was to blame for the release of Joey Galloway after the 15-year NFL veteran receiver was released this week by the team. "Joey moved on on that one," Belichick said of the receiver who was a healthy scratch the last three games. "He's had a great career. This is one of those things that just didn't work out. I don't think it's anybody's fault or anything or you can just pinpoint. It's just one of those things that just didn't work out. Anytime you sign a player, you expect he'll come in and be a productive player for you. Inactive the last three games, it just didn't work out for us, unfortunately." Galloway, brought in to be a slot receiver on a one-year, $1.75 million contract, was held to just seven catches and 67 yards in two games for the Patriots, with no touchdowns. Meanwhile, Belichick confirmed that linebacker Tully Banta-Cain was released and re-signed on Tuesday while Eric Alexander was not released at any point on Monday, contrary to various reports. For more, visit the football blog, It Is What It Is .