Law at it again
AP reports CB Ty Law -- still unsigned -- is continuing his job search. "I'm going to be the best cornerback in football this year," Law told SI.com's Peter King. "I'm just not sure where that's going to be yet." King reported that Law had just returned to his home in Aliquippa, Pa., after working out with the Jacksonville Jaguars. "I had a good workout in Jacksonville," he said. "They told me, 'Play corner,' and I went and did all the drills -- plant, cut, do every angle you can possibly do, sprint. I was fine. Now Miami wants me to come back and visit. But if you can't afford CB Patrick Surtain whom the Dolphins traded to Kansas City, how can you afford me? The Jets are interested. Kansas City called again. Tampa Bay faxed an offer. Indianapolis is in it. I got an offer, sight unseen for $2.5 million for one year. If I wasn't ready, I'd just take it. But I'm going to be ready to play and that's not the kind of contract I should get. Before they signed Surtain, the Chiefs gave me, like, a $42-million offer. But it was structured so bad that I'd probably only make $10 million before they'd cut me. So I didn't do it." King also reported that Law's recuperation has been delayed by the fact that he also had a ligament strain in his left foot in addition to the fracture. According to King, Law says the sprain went undiagnosed by the Patriots' medical staff. "If it had been diagnosed on time, I'd have been ready for someone's mini-camp," he said. "But now I'm about 85 percent and I know I'll be fine for training camp."