Gallery, the No. 2 overall pick in 2004, injured a quad muscle
working out last week. Though the injury is not thought to be
serious, team trainers and head coach Art Shell opted to take a
"He was working out last weekend and he was trying to get that
last oomph in and he strained his quad, so we're going to shut him
down a little bit," Shell said.
Gallery and wide receiver Ronald Curry -- who was also put on
the PUP list -- were the only two players Shell expected to miss
the team's first training camp practice Tuesday. Running back
LaMont Jordan was expected to report to camp late Monday after
attending a funeral.
First-round draft pick Michael Huff was among those who arrived
in Napa on time. The former Texas defensive back, picked seventh
overall, agreed to a five-year deal with the Raiders
worth $22.5 million.
Huff had not officially signed a contract before checking in at
training camp but told reporters he expected to do it before
"As soon as I was drafted I told my agent I wanted to be here,
set a good example," Huff said. "I'm happy to be on the field.
The last game I played in was the Rose Bowl so I'm ready to play."
The Raiders will hold 10 practices in Napa before flying to
Canton, Ohio to play the Philadelphia Eagles in the National
Football League Hall of Fame game on Aug. 6.