KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) _ It was only a routine interception in
practice, nothing that won't be repeated hundreds of times in
training camps all over the country.
But it gave Ty Law more satisfaction than the pick he returned
47 yards for a touchdown in the Super Bowl. Kansas City's five-time
Pro Bowl cornerback feels like he's finally healthy after a severe
foot injury three years ago.
It isn't as though Law's been out of football since the foot
injury shelved him for New England's last nine games in 2004. His
ten interceptions for the New York Jets in 2005 tied for the NFL
lead, and he topped the Chiefs last year with four picks.
But with every snap of the ball, he was having to compensate for
the bad foot.
(Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
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