Law Wouldn't Mind Return To Patriots

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September 14, 2009 at 04:32pm ET

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Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald reported Monday afternoon that former Patriots cornerback Ty Law is mulling a return to the league, and apparently is feeling a bit nostalgic and may like a shot at finishing his career with the team he started with.

Law is reportedly in town as a member of the Patriots’ 50th anniversary team, which will be recognized and honored at halftime of tonight’s season opener.

According to the Herald, the 35-year-old cornerback still believes he has some football left and has been in Florida training and waiting for the right opportunity and the right team to call

“There is never a question about this being the right team," Law told the newspaper. "So, you always put this one (in the mix). But I’ve got this team, along with a few others, I wouldn’t mind playing for.”