Law still hasn't worked out for the Jets, or taken a physical.
Poston and Tannenbaum last met on Sunday night on Long Island, but still have a few details to work out.
Since the contract will contain many incentives, it's a somewhat complicated deal, so that is why it's taking so long. The Jets want to be protected in case Law re-injures his problematic foot. Law wants the chance to earn extra money if he's able to stay on the field.
But it's still possible that Law could be introduced as a Jet on Monday. The public relations department needs just one hour lead time to set up a press conference.
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