Veteran corner in demand

Ty Law's determination to finally land a big contract is the reason he is still on the open market, writes Jeremy Green.

Originally Published: May 19, 2006
By Jeremy Green | Scouts Inc.
Heading into the summer, the vast majority of the top free agents have usually signed. However, one player still searching for a home is Ty Law. Despite numerous teams showing interest, the enigmatic corner is still on the open market. Law and his agent, Carl Poston, have talked a lot this offseason about wanting to go to a contender, but it may very well just be posturing.

Poston and Law seem to value dollar signs more than Super Bowl rings at this point. Law won three titles in New England, but that didn't go very far when the organization failed to give him the monster payday he felt he deserved.

The 11-year veteran has always felt wronged throughout his career. He is tired of accepting deals that look good on paper, but amount to nothing more than one-year contracts. Law appears to be looking for the most money he can get in what could be his last NFL contract. He is reportedly looking for $10 million in a signing bonus or guaranteed money.

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