I know no one wants this guy since a certain poster who shall remain nameless tried to pimp him for the last 3 years. But he makes sense if he'll play the end of his career as a safety. Heck, he's bigger than Keith Davis! On another note, isn't it great watching the Postons squirm as they continue having problems signing their high priced vets this offseason. http://www.tennessean.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060331/SPORTS01/603310422/1027 CB Law interested in Titans By JIM WYATT Staff Writer Veteran cornerback Ty Law, one of the top free agents still on the market, is interested in playing for the Titans. Law's price tag, however, might keep the Titans from getting in the mix for five-time Pro Bowl selection. Law's agent, Carl Poston, said yesterday he's had recent conversations with Titans General Manager Floyd Reese about bringing Law to Nashville for a visit. Reese downplayed the seriousness of those talks and said nothing had been planned. "We are talking about it,'' Poston said. "At this point, they have interest and we'll see where it goes from there. Personally, I think it is a great fit because he could be a role model for Pacman (Jones), who has a lot of talent and ability. Ty has been there and he could show him the ropes.'' Law had a career-high 10 interceptions for the New York Jets last season — his 11th in the NFL — after playing for the New England Patriots from 1995-2004. The Seattle Seahawks and Kansas City Chiefs are also among the teams interested in Law, who is believed to be seeking around $10 million in guaranteed money. That's probably too steep for the Titans, who've already signed four free agents this offseason. "If (Poston) comes and says, 'Hey, my guy is in love with your team and he wants to play for minimum,' then things might be different,'' Reese said. "But I am sure he would be very, very expensive. You never say never, but I am going to guess he is going to be out of our price range.''