Oldskool Posted February 23, 2006 Share Posted February 23, 2006 http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/features/rumors Law too costly for Miami <Feb. 23> As expected, the Jets and Law parted ways this week, largely due to the $11 million option bonus Law was due March 3. The five-time Pro Bowl player says he wants to play for a contender and has identified Miami has an appealing destination. However, the odds are against Law winding up in a Dolphins uniform, the Palm Beach Post reports. After playing for the discounted price of $2.5 million after foot surgery, the 32-year-old is looking for his final big payday in guaranteed money. "I'd say around $10 million," Law said. The Dolphins likely will balk at giving a big contract to an aging cornerback who at one point last season had nearly twice as many pass interference penalties (nine) as interceptions (five). Meanwhile, the Chiefs and new coach Herm Edwards are expected to show interest, the Kansas City Star reports. The team will have to clear some cap space and is expected to approach several players about restructuring their contracts. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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