Law Becoming A Chief

Good bye Ty Law, the Chiefs signed Law yesterday on a five-year contract worth more then $30 million. Law a 32 year old Corner back in his 12 season of play is hoping that all will go well so he will be ready on time for the start of training camp on Friday.

Chiefs president Carl Peterson told the Kansas City Star.

“It got to a number where we were comfortable and they were comfortable, hopefully, he will be well worth the effort.”

I am not at all surprised that Law signed with the Chiefs. They had the cap room to pull it through and also they were in need of a corner. The Patriots just couldn’t match the offer, and that’s the and of the hope of Law coming back.

Resource: John Tomase From Boston Herald

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5 Responses to Law Becoming A Chief

  1. I thought Law would sign with the Chiefs too. I thought he was using a return to the Pats as leverage to get a deal done with KC. It helps KC’s defense and I think he can still be a major contributor to any team. The Chiefs will need him on the field and healthy because they have no passing game outside of TE Tony Gonzalez and the D will be forced to play in close games.

  2. patsrock says:

    I think Law is a great fit with the Chiefs and that he used his leverage well. Law is still my favorite player but you should not give a 5-year deal to a 32 year old corner.

  3. patsrock says:

    I think Law is a great fit with the Chiefs and that he used his leverage well. Law is still my favorite player but you should not give a 5-year deal to a 32 year old corner. I hope for their sake it is a front-loaded contract.

  4. By the 3rd year, Law will either be cut or a nickel CB. He’ll contribute but the Chiefs need more to get to the Superbowl.

  5. Michael says:

    yep, that price an length of the contract for somebody of his age, I would not have done it.

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