Pro Bowler Ty Law, Broncos agree to terms
AP Sports Writer
ENGLEWOOD, Colorado – Defensive back Ty Law has agreed to terms on a deal with the Denver Broncos.
Carl Poston, one of Law’s agents, confirmed the news Friday to The Associated Press. The agreement came after Denver’s media availability and a Broncos spokesman said the team had no comment.
The 35-year-old Law, a perennial Pro Bowl selection, will fit right in with veterans Champ Bailey, Andre’ Goodman, Brian Dawkins and Renaldo Hill, all in their 30s.
Law becomes the latest former New England player to reunite with Broncos coach Josh McDaniels, who spent his previous eight seasons as an assistant with the Patriots.
A first-round pick by New England in 1995, Law helped the Patriots to three Super Bowl titles. He played for the New York Jets last season.