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    Ty Law: "I no longer want to be a Patriot"

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=1758628

    Now, tell me this dude wouldn't be worth some Salary Cap money.


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    Ty Law: "I no longer want to be a Patriot"

    He's not. Williams and Winfield will be a fine pair of corners. We don't need Ty Law.

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    Ty Law: "I no longer want to be a Patriot"

    I like Brian Williams, but Ty Law is too great a talent to pass up. He is 30, but still has 4 years left in him and isn't on the decline. Brian Williams had a Pro-Bowl type year last year and was solid at CB. He got beat a few times, but that didn't mean he laid down on the truf and curse, he ran and tried to make something happen, ala the KC game.

    We don't need him. But we've been doing nothing but filling our needs, why not treat ourselves a little bit. If we get him, excellent, if we don't, I still think our secondary is going to be awesome this year.

    The only problem is price. He'll probably be released June 1st, otherwise the Pats will look totrade him, or even keep him on. If he is released and we have the money, go for it. In anyother scenario let him sign some place else.
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    Ty Law: "I no longer want to be a Patriot"

    What is Law's cap number anyway? If we have the money..........now I'm starting to think "Why not?"

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    Ty Law: "I no longer want to be a Patriot"

    <blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote">Originally posted by Viking_Spirit

    What is Law's cap number anyway? If we have the money..........now I'm starting to think "Why not?"
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    I think he was going to get about 6.5 mil this year. With the amount of cap money we have, I say why not also.

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    Ty Law: "I no longer want to be a Patriot"

    6.5 million.......very appealing........

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    Ty Law: "I no longer want to be a Patriot"

    I definately would love to see him on our team, but Red's spent the money for what we need... I wouldn't hold my breath for him signing what would help make us great

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    Ty Law: "I no longer want to be a Patriot"

    <blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote">Originally posted by VikemanX84

    I like Brian Williams, but Ty Law is too great a talent to pass up. He is 30, but still has 4 years left in him and isn't on the decline. Brian Williams had a Pro-Bowl type year last year and was solid at CB. He got beat a few times, but that didn't mean he laid down on the truf and curse, he ran and tried to make something happen, ala the KC game.

    We don't need him. But we've been doing nothing but filling our needs, why not treat ourselves a little bit. If we get him, excellent, if we don't, I still think our secondary is going to be awesome this year.

    The only problem is price. He'll probably be released June 1st, otherwise the Pats will look totrade him, or even keep him on. If he is released and we have the money, go for it. In anyother scenario let him sign some place else.
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    looks like we agree on this vetran. I also think Williams will be fine but if we have a chance to get Law that would be an incredible boost to our D. That would allow us to leave both CBs out on an island with single coverage and blitz more and bring our safetys up for more run support.

    Question reagrading the salary he would get. Is he actually a FA or is he supposed to be undercontract with NE? I havent paid much attention. I seen above where he would be asking for a salary of 6.5 million. I think its going to be much more than that. He already called a 4 year deal worth...well 6.5 million per year an insult. I think he would cost Champ Baily type money. Still I think he would be worth it.

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    Ty Law: "I no longer want to be a Patriot"

    Law is great, but is expensive and isn't even a free agent. We would have to trade some serious stuff to get this guy away from NE. With Winfield, that is alot of money to ty into the CB position, although it would improve our D immensely.


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    Ty Law: "I no longer want to be a Patriot"

    Don't you guys need a safety more than a CB?
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