4057Re: Negotiations and Options
- Mar 1, 2004
>The thing is that with Law, like several
> From: Mark/JW <packy001@...>
> 1. Ty Law is 30, in a few years he will not be as
> good as he is today. He very well may play at this
> high level for a few more years, but his skills will
> drop off with age.
great corners, plays the type of game that
doesn't require speed as the main talent.
I like the word "skills" because that describes
Laws play to a tee. The man knows coverage!!!
Plus, Law is in the PERFECT defense to let
him use his skills if/when they do demish a
> 2. Allow his agents to try and work out a deal forWe might get a low 1st rounder from the
> law before the draft. If we were to try and trade Law
> to any of the "15 teams that are interested", I don't
> feel we would get a 1st round pick in return, because
> of his age.
right team. I wonder what the Skins would
do if they lose/trade Bailey?
> 4. We can have Law for one more year under hisI think that the Pats should keep Law
> current contract, which Ty says he is happy with. The
> following year is a different story.
for this season, regardless of the cap
ramnifications . . . at least for now.
> Law will not lose any money over the next two yearsOr, being in a business, does Law just
> whether he is playing for the Patriots or not. The
> question is whether he really wants to be here or does
> he just want the respect of being the highest paid
> player at his position.
want to make the most finacially sound
decision. Remember, Ty Law is looking
out for his, and his family's best
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