In the wake of a few signs of weakness from the Dolphins' secondary, including the need to manage cornerback Will Allen's knee injury, Miami has shown a preliminary interest in Pro Bowl cornerback Ty Law, a source said Thursday.
However, in an interview with NFL.com on Thursday, Law, a free agent, sounded as if the would prefer to play for either Dallas or Green Bay if one of the teams was interested in him.
Dallas has an opening in their defensive backfield due to Pacman Jones' suspension and injuries to Terence Newman. Green Bay lost cornerback Al Harris for the season. Both likely would have a better shot at getting to the postseason -- or at least the Super Bowl -- than the Dolphins.
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Miami just doesn't have the overall talent and are dealing with Will Allen's knee injury.
Law's experience is valuable. He has won three Super Bowl titles with the Patriots and been to five Pro Bowls. The question is how much does he have to give after sitting the first seven weeks of the season?