His visit with the Seattle Seahawks last week apparently went well for both sides - Law told the Seattle Post-Intelligencer that "I'm used to winning. So, the objective is to go somewhere with a chance to compete and an opportunity to win. I really, really want an opportunity to win again, and I definitely think that could come in Seattle."
Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren was recently quoted as saying that "The good ones don't come cheap," referring to Law's rumored asking price - $10 million in guaranteed money.
"Mike's been around," Law said. "He knows how it goes. As great a coach as he is, he doesn't come cheap, either."
The 32-year old Law is currently working out with renowned track and field coach Bob Kersee.
-- Representatives for Green Bay Packers’ wide receiver Javon Walker could be prepared to offer the team a deal to secure his release from the team. Walker has stated on numerous occasions he will not play for the Packers again.
-- Cornerback Charles Woodson (Oakland) hasn’t been overwhelmed in free agency as he expected. Woodson has visited the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Green Bay Packers, but a worthwhile deal has not been offered. Possible destinations in the coming weeks for Woodson could be in Kansas City and Detroit.
-- The Miami Dolphins and Cincinnati Bengals are the most mentioned and considered front-runners for the services of Detroit Lions quarterback Joey Harrington, but the Kansas City Chiefs have remained in contact with the Lions.
-- The Cleveland Browns have not entertained any significant interest in center Jeff Faine. Faine was made available due to the Browns’ signing of free agent LeCharles Bentley. Look for ther team to deal the former first-round draft selection on draft-day.
-- Outside linebacker Lavar Arrington could make a decision on where he will land within the next two weeks. There is not a blockbuster offer on the table at this time for the veteran from Penn State, but this is not viewed as an obstacle on getting him lined up with a team in the near future.