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Former Patriots cornerback Ty Law is a finalist for the Pats Hall of Fame, and he spoke briefly on what he would do different in New England. Here is one quote from Law: (via Mike Reiss of ESPN Boston)
“I’ll be the first one to admit, now that I’m older, wiser and more mature, that if I could have done something all over again, I would have tried my [best] to stay in New England and finish my career [here]. Not that I have any regrets about the teams that took me in, as far as the New York Jets, Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs, I’m thankful for the opportunity.
Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo was the latest signal caller to visit New England.
In AFC East news, the Jets signed Chris Johnson to a two year deal yesterday. I really don’t think this signing will affect the rest of the division that much, given the talent level of the rest of New York’s roster.
Mike Reiss continues his ‘Beyond The First Round’ series with the defensive tackles.
Yesterday was Bill Belichick’s 62nd birthday.