http://patriots.bostonherald.com/patriots/view.bg?articleid=142848&format=&page=1 Jones believes his ex-teammate has plenty left in the tank, even at age 32. âThat age stuff is mostly the media,â Jones said. âOh no. Heâs 32. Thatâs like saying in the business world youâre in the tank at that age. Heâs not done yet.â Jones would love to see Law return. In fact, it gives him a thought for a couple of other players the Patriots should try to get into camp. âAll we need is Lawyer (Milloy) and Otis (Smith),â Jones said with a laugh, naming the other members of the 2001 Super Bowl champion defensive backfield. âThat would be cool.â No, Tebucky, saying that an NFL cornerback is getting almost too old to play his best at 32 is not the same as saying a businessman is getting almost too old to work his best at age 32. Top businessmen easily work into their 50's, 60's and even 70's. Not many NFL CBs that age. Also, although I enjoyed them all in 2001, I would not like to go into the 2006 season with a defensive backfield of Law, O.T.I.S., Jones and Milloy.