The Ty Law watch is over. The Patriots four-time Pro Bowl cornerback is in Foxborough for the team's mandatory mini-camp.
Law, who has expressed his displeasure with the organization for contract-related reasons, said throughout the offseason that he would be on hand for mandatory team activities.
It's not uncommon; however, for players with contract issues to skip a mini-camp to make a statement. But Law will work out with the rest of his teammates during the team's lone mandatory mini-camp, which officially kicks off today and runs through Saturday.
Following the camp, veteran players are excused until the start of training camp. The first public practices are scheduled for July 29, but the official reporting date has not yet been announced. Players with offseason workout bonuses who have not fulfilled the required number of workouts to earn their incentive may also remain following the camp to earn that money. Rookies also will continue their offseason program until later this month.
Law would have been subjected to a $7,500 per day fine had he boycotted the camp.
The Patriots also will convene at owner Robert Kraft's home on Sunday, June 13 to receive their Super Bowl Championship rings before participating in the Patriots Charitable Foundation Golf Tournament at Belmont Country Club on Monday.