Thursday, February 23, 2006
"They also declined to exercise their option on Law, a five-time Pro Bowler who had a career-high 10 interceptions last season. The option, which would've triggered the next three years on his contract, required the Jets to pay him an $11 million bonus. That's an amount the cap-troubled team obviously was not willing to pay."
Law has put on a few pounds, as he was unable to train as intensely as he is accustomed last offseason due to the healing foot. A larger Law would make a nice fit at safety for the Patriots-He would have to accept that his dreams of a cornerback sized payday are over. The best example of the player that triumphantly made such a transition is Rod Woodson, who became an All-Pro at the safety position after being cut by the Steelers.