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“It was very humbling and I’m very thankful for the fans for making this moment happen for me,” Law told WBZ-TV’s Levan Reid shortly after trying on his Hall of Fame jacket at Gillette Stadium on Monday.“They continue to support me on and off the field, so this is an incredible experience to be back home.
In the PIAA Class AA State Championship football game, he led Aliquippa to a come-from-behind 32–27 win over Northern Lehigh by scoring five touchdowns, including three rushing touchdowns, a punt return, and the return of a blocked Northern Lehigh field goal attempt.There’s plenty to talk about with Nicole, since she is a reporter and often does freelance commentary for the NFL Network.She wore a pink blouse during Breast Cancer Month last year to support it, and she can sometimes be seen reporting for FSN West and FSN Prime Ticket in Los Angeles.Apparently she was a really solid heptathlon athlete and came close to making the Olympics.She placed 5th in the 2000 Olympic trials for the heptathlon, according to Wikipedia.I have no idea why Google thinks Ty Law’s wife is named some chick named Janine, but he is certainly not with her now (or if he is, things just got really complicated).
But all joking aside, Ty is the father of a new baby girl with the lovely Nicole, who does not appear a day over 32, though she recently celebrated her 40th birthday.
Fans voted Law into the team’s Hall of Fame last spring, choosing him ahead of former Pats head coach Bill Parcells and corner Raymond Clayborn, who set many of the records that Law would break during his New England career.
Law will join Tedy Bruschi (2013), Troy Brown (2012) and Drew Bledsoe (2011) as the only players to be selected by the fans into the Patriots Hall of Fame in their first year of eligibility.
“Now I can finally rest because I wasn’t really at peace.
My last jersey was a Denver Broncos jersey — nothing against that organization, but that wasn’t the way I wanted to go out,” said Law.
As the number of US soldiers killed since the invasion rises past the 3,000 mark, and President George Bush gambles on sending in up to 30,000 more troops, The Independent on Sunday has learnt that the Iraqi government is about to push through a law giving Western oil companies the right to exploit the country's massive oil reserves.