If we can get him without paying a premium, I'd still love to see him play here. Especially when one of the teams with strong interest is KC. I'd rather we had him, than have to play against him twice a year.
http://www.signonsandiego.com/sports/sullivan/20060604-9999-1s4sullivan.htmlReader Richard Cole of Encinitas would like to know why the Chargers don't take a look at Ty Law.
We thought we knew, but we thought wrong. The Chargers have looked at the free-agent cornerback, and they have yet to look away.
“His agent called before the draft and we discussed it,” Bolts General Manager A.J. Smith said Friday. “We have interest.”
Smith used the present tense “have,” to indicate that his interest is ongoing. Which, when you think about it, ought to be obvious. Though the Chargers spent their first-round draft choice on cornerback Antonio Cromartie, they are not so deep in the secondary as to ignore the availability of a five-time Pro Bowler.