The lasting image of Ty Law in a Patriots uniform is the interception that he returned for a touchdown off the Rams' Kurt Warner in Super Bowl XXXVI. But in addition to the unforgettable pick-six, Law put together 10 solid seasons in New England.
As a result, the former Patriots cornerback was honored by the Boston Sports Museum at the 10th annual "The Tradition." The five-time Pro Bowler said he was honored to be mentioned with guys like Larry Bird when it comes to Boston sports legends.
Law, who said he still keeps in touch with his former teammates, said that he wants to be remembered for being a part of something special with the Patriots. He also wants fans to know he played hard and gave it his all week in and week out.
To hear what else Law had to say at "The Tradition," check out the video above.