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  1. kurtinelson

    kurtinelson In the Starting Line-Up

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    I've almost changed my mind.

    Now that the other teams supposedly bidding for him are on record as laughing at his contract demands, it's kind of like he's grovelling back with tail between his legs.

    I wouldn't mind seeing the lowest amount he'll take and watch him have to toe the line to the guy he called a liar and Pioli who he said insulted him with a contract offer.

    Or not.
     
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    Digger44 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

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    Is there something wrong with the other Ty thread?
     
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    Yes. It's too damn long. I'm going to start following this one exclusively until it gets too long as well. When that time comes, if someone doesn't start the 42nd Ty Law thread of this offseason, then damnit I will, just because it's easier on my hamster-like attention span.
     
  5. MrTibbs

    MrTibbs Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    Wow, what memories. After eading this quote I can imagine Law getting booed like crazy his first appearance in a Patriots uniform.



    "Last month Law called the Patriots' four-year, $26 million offer "an insult" and "a slap in the face." Law told the Globe this week that he thought negotiations would continue, but the team told him they would carry Law's $10 million salary cap figure into next season.

    They told me they didn't want to insult Ty anymore, so they're not going to submit any more offers," Carl Poston, Law's agent, told the Globe.

    "When Poston made the Pats a seven-year, $63 million counteroffer that included $20 million to sign and $28 million over the first three years, Pioli reportedly responded with something to effect of "We can't do that. Save the paper."
     
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    Kdo5 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Dont worry he's not coming to us. The Chiefs...Seattle who knows which team will bid the highest for this guy. Its not worth it when our secondary can vastly improve this year. Why have Ty Law take away Samuel's position when he was really improving to the end of the season? Heck, Ellis Hobbs was playing well as a rookie without any veteran support. With Rodney back, they will learn and can we keep a few of the youngsters they will develope into great CB's. At least one of them will. Screw Mr. Law.
     
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    Its a little late considering Ty played for the Pats the year after making that qoute.
     
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    Side note---

    Didn't Law talk to Belichick prior to going to New York? Basically mending the fences?
     
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    Yep, Belichick and Law are fine. As Felger said tonight, it shows how big Belichick is (no crude jokes, they were Felger's words) that he could let Law spout off and just let it all go and maintain the relationship.
     
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    i'd take Law back in a heartbeat. that other stuff is all nonsense for the negotiating table...
     
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    Are You Nutz Just Look At STARKS We Need LAW And LAW Needs Us
     
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    Look At STARKS Enough Said
     
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    safety health

    hey the way i see it is if he comes back to earth in regards to money then he can teach the youngsters some stuff and maybe play safety while rodney rehabs
     
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    That link is damn funny!
     
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    Thx NEM, for the new outfit. :D

    As I've said, healthy and in shape, he would be a good impact player on D.
     
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    Patti37 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    If the money is right, I want Ty on my team...always. However, I would not overpay for him.
     
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    That was funny, and reminds me: hamsters are good eatin"!!!
     
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    Ty Law is a whore. Where are his principles? What about this quote:

    "I'm drop-dead serious about not wanting to be a part of this organization anymore." -Ty Law
     
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    I'd loved the way he made Peyton shake his head like Opie Taylor during his 3-pick play-off game. Our secondary is soft as hell without him...Playing too far off the recievers and stumbling...Sign him!!!
     
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    Reply to pic: "Put me in Coach I'm ready to play." "Chill out son, it is preseason."
     

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