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  1. patriotspride

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    what are the chances the chiefs cut Ty law?
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    IMO who really cares I couldn't understand the fascination with him last year.
    It was time to move on and I still feel that way he was always about the money as he should be. Lets move on he is old news hopefully the FO ans ownership feel the same way.
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    if KC cuts Law..theres a reason on the field. i wouldnt want him back now..Samuel proved to be very good and i dont wanna go to the older player. I love Law but its time to start thinking about retirement if u get cut or a move to safety
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    None. He is not making so much salary that they could upgrade him in FA for equal price, their backups all suck, and in the 2nd year of a five year deal the signing bonus acceleration makes cutting him this early cost prohibitive.

    If on the off-chance they draft or somehow find some good young corners on their roster or in the draft, they can move Ty Law to safety, because Greg Wesley blows goats.

    Kansas City has bigger turds to cut than Ty Law. Willie Roaf, Priest Holmes, Pat Surtain, Ryan Sims and Eric Hicks all come to mind. Trent Green clearly makes too much money as well. Kendrell Bell has been far worse for the money than Law, why not cut him?
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    I feel he is a great guy and player, but he had his time with us
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    i think its time for Law to make the move to safety it seems like he is gaining more and more weight each offseason and with his instincts he could become a great safety for at least a couple years:singing:
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    I don't think its nice to call Priest Holmes and Willie Roaf 'turds' do you?:bricks:

    Both those 'turds' could be HOF material someday,especially Roaf.
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    Someone here said he is one Big Mac away from playing linebacker!:D
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    I meant in the context of dead salary. Both Priest Holmes and Willie Roaf count for many millions against the cap until they are moved onto the retired list.
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    If they cut any cornerback it should be Surtain. He's like the highest paid corner in the league and what the hell has he done in the past few years? Way to go Chiefs.
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    thank the chiefs for that..they took away a big threat in the East. Surtain and Madison used to giveu s a load of trouble
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    2006 Patriots + Ty Law = Super Bowl 41 Champs!
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    No Jersey Selected

    True, but you could say that about almost any healthy first- or second-stringer DB in the league.
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    Yes but Law in particular owns Manning.
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    No Jersey Selected

    You're right, no doubt about that. A 55 year old, 400 lb Law could probably get 2 picks off of Manning in a playoff game.
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    Doesn't Herm Edwards have a man love thing with Ty?? That would be an interesting press conference, bring out the hankies.
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    Well said. That's kind of what I was thinking.
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    #32 Jersey

    even if he was cut, he won't be coming to New England

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