Ty Law took a spin on the Bristol merry-go-round Saturday, which is often a precursor for an ex-Boston player to get a job at ESPN.
The 15-year veteran acknowledges that his playing career could be over, but isn’t giving up just yet. According to Mike Reiss, Law said he plans to train over the next month to see if he has one final season left in his body.
Law played seven games for the Broncos last year after suiting up for seven the year before in New York for the Jets.
If Law retires, we can start the five-year clock until he is considered by the Hall of Fame. We think he has a solid chance of eventually getting in. He certainly wouldn’t be a first ballot Hall of Famer, but Law could benefit from the relative lack of options from the New England championship runs.