Cornerback Ty Law and wide receiver Troy Brown took part in the MET-Rx SUPERSTARS competition, a pre-recorded two-day event in Montego Bay, Jamaica that aired on CBS over the weekend.
On the strength of his victory in the Sea-Doo race, Law managed to finish in a tie for fifth place in the 11-man competition. With the win, Law also won his own Sea-Doo, a jet-ski water vehicle. Law also earned points in the 100-yard dash, kayaking and basketball events.
Each competitor had to compete in seven of the 10 events. Skier Bode Miller, who won two silver medals in the 2002 Winter Olympics, won the overall title. He was followed, in order, by 1998 Moguls gold medallist Johnny Moseley, Washington Redskins linebacker LaVar Arrington and short-track speed skater Apollo Anton Ohno, who won a gold and silver medal in the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Brown did not fair quite as well as Law, finishing back in the pack. His best showings were a second-place finish in the 100-yard dash and a third in the basketball competition.