Like his former teammate Willie McGinest , former Patriots cornerback Ty Law said he'd be interested in signing a one-day contract with New England and officially retiring as a member of the Patriots.
Speaking before The Tradition Tuesday night at the TD Garden, Law said he's "pretty much" retired at this point, but added that he'd like the "opportunity" to retire as a Patriot.
"That would be … that’s one of the reasons I haven’t officially turned my papers in because I would like to at least say the last contract I sign was with New England," Law said. "That would be an honor if I was able to do that, if Mr. Kraft was to bless me with something like that, that would be the icing on the cake for a 15-year career."
The five-time Pro Bowler and two-time first team All-Pro played 10 seasons in New England, and was a member of three Super Bowl championship teams while with the Patriots. Law, who ended his career with brief stints with the Jets, Chiefs and Broncos after leaving New England following the 2004 season, finished his career with 53 interceptions.
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