Another former New England Patriots player to put on the Denver Broncos jersey thanks to Broncos Coach Josh McDaniels, who used to be an assistant with the Patriots for eight years. According to Ty Law’s agent Kevin Poston, the five-time Pro Bowler has agreed to terms on a deal with the Broncos.
Pending the passing of his physical, Law is expected to sign the deal Saturday, perhaps just in time to take part in the team’s practice while the Broncos are preparing for the home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday night.
Picked by the Patriots in first round of 1995, Law helped the Patriots to three Super Bowl titles. After spending 10 seasons in New England, he signed with the New York Jets in 2005. In 2006 and 2007 seasons, Law played for the Kansas City Chiefs and started every game for the team. He joined the Jets again last season after sitting out the first 10 week. Law’s joining Broncos will add another experienced veteran to Denver, where there are already veterans Champ Bailey, Andre’ Goodman, Brian Dawkins and Renaldo Hill.