FOXBORO -- Tom Brady spoke like a quarterback who had experienced first-hand Ty Law's particular brand of thievery.
"He's another guy who really made quarterbacks pay," Brady said.
Law, who went up against Brady in practice for four years in New England, will be inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame Friday.
"It’s great," Brady said. "It’s really cool how the Hall of Fame has evolved over the last few years, and some really great players have been in there. And Ty is one of the best that I’ve ever played against. He had a great, unique play style . . . He was really a playmaker, and I had a lot of experience going up against him when I was younger, and he made a lot of plays for us in big games. It’s cool to see him go in. He’s been around quite a bit, so I’ve always kept in touch with him, and it’ll be really cool to see on Friday night."
Law's induction ceremony will be held at 4:30 p.m. outside the Hall at Patriots Place. Afterward the team will hold its annual training camp practice on the Gillette Stadium game turf for season-ticket holders (as well as residents of Foxboro and South Walpole) at 7 p.m.