Law wants to play for a Super Bowl contender, and thinks he can help the Packers, who are without Al Harris, and the Cowboys, who are without Pro Bowl Terence Newman (injury) and Adam Jones (four-game suspension).
"I can walk in now and play on Sunday," Law told Schefter. "I just want to go out and play ball. I've been training to play, I'm ready to play, and I want to go play."
The 34-year-old Law may be getting long in the tooth, but he has 18 interceptions over the last three seasons. He started all 16 games during those seasons, with two interceptions in 2007 and four interceptions in 2006, both with Kansas City, and a whopping 10 interceptions in 2005 with the Jets.
Law has 52 career interceptions, including 36 while spending his first 10 seasons with New England. One appeal of Green Bay, Law said, would be getting to play with Charles Woodson. Both starred at Michigan.
"When I left school early, he replaced me," Law said. "We have a close personal relationship and that would be a great opportunity to get to play with him in Green Bay."
Law said money is not an issue, but it is hard to say if the Packers would have reciprocal interest. After all, if they didn't sign Law when Harris went down with a lacerated spleen, it's hard to imagine the Packers having interest now, with Harris apparently ready to come back after next week's bye.
Addai out The Colts on Saturday night announced running back Joseph Addai is out with a hamstring injury. Colts coach Tony Dungy, in a conference call with reporters in Green Bay on Wednesday, hinted that would be the case, but Addai was listed as questionable on the injury report, meaning there was a 50 percent chance he would play.
Without Addai, Dominic Rhodes will carry the load on Sunday.
Also ruled out is Gijon Robinson (ankle), who started the first five games at H-back.