- Mike Reiss, ESPN Staff Writer
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Former Patriots cornerback Ty Law made the rounds at ESPN on Friday, appearing on radio with Scott Van Pelt and as a guest on the "NFL Live" television program.
Law shared his thoughts on the Patriots, saying he felt the team "let go of too many veterans too soon to teach them the Patriot Way." He also said that while the team's championship window might be closing, any team with Tom Brady still has a chance to compete for a title.
But the thing that stood out to me most was Law's thoughts on his own career.
He acknowledged that this could be it for him after 15 seasons. Law's plan is to train over the next month to see if he has one final season in him.
Players must be retired for four seasons to be eligible for the Patriots Hall of Fame, and Law looks like a slam dunk candidate. Here are some quick-hit stats from his career with the Patriots (1995-2004):
Games played: 144
Interceptions: 36 (tied for franchise record)
Interception return yardage: 583 (franchise record)
Interceptions returned for TDs: 6 (franchise record)
Super Bowl championships: 3 (he did not play in 2004 Super Bowl due to injury)