There was no better way to honor New England Patriots legend Ty Law than to commemorate his success with an induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He was enshrined in Canton last month, and now his Hall of Fame bust is making a visit to Foxboro.
Law's Hall of Fame bust is on public display at the Patriots Hall of Fame Presented by Raytheon now through Sunday, September 22. That same day, the Patriots will be hosting the N.Y. Jets and a special halftime presentation dedicated to Law will be held on the field at Gillette Stadium.
Fans can check out the display at the Patriots Hall of Fame between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Alongside Law in the Hall of Fame are former Patriots John Hannah, Andre Tippett, Mike Haynes and Nick Buoniconti, making Law the fifth Patriot to be inducted.
As a three-time Super Bowl Champion, a four-time Pro Bowl player, and a two-time All-Pro in his 10 seasons with the New England Patriots, Law most certainly left everything on the field with his impressive career.
After the Patriots went years without a championship, it was Law who assisted in leading the franchise to a Super Bowl victory back in 2001 (Super Bowl XXXVI) with his game-changing 47-yard interception catch of Rams quarterback Kurt Warner.
In a 2003 AFC Championship win over the Indianapolis Colts, Law contributed three stunning interceptions of Peyton Manning, allowing the Patriots to take the lead and the AFC title with a score of 24-14.
These stats are just the tip of the iceberg for Law's career accomplishments and to honor his achievements, take advantage of the ceremonial display while it's open to the public.