Veteran Cornerback Ty Law Wants to Help Young Patriots Secondary


Could Ty Law bring the Patriots? young secondary the leadership they need to improve this season?

The former Patriot was a featured guest at ESPN?s Chalk Talk luncheon Monday at Sun Life Stadium in Miami. He discussed his experiences playing Monday Night Football throughout his career and talked about the possibility of rejoining New England midway through the season.

If it was up to Law, he would be out on the field the rest of the year to help the Pats win another championship — but that might be out of the question. 

“At the end of the day, you can’t lose there. You’re going back home, a dream I’ve had for a long time,” Law told ESPN. “But that’s fading. I’ve been gone for so long. I was [like] ‘OK, that’s not going to happen.'”

Although the Patriots might not want the 36-year-old veteran out on the field, maybe they should scoop him up as a secondary coach.

“That door is closing and I’m finally at peace with football,” he said. “I did everything I could possibly do in football. If I play it would be solely to win a championship and help young guys.”

He adds, “[There are] some young guys out there with talent. You’ve got to give them time to grow. Show a little patience, and they’ll be fine. At some point, it just has to come together.”

Law believes he could give the team 15 to 20 plays a game, which could help the young secondary settle down and focus.

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