Chargers LB Cordarro Law likes flying under the radar
San Diego's defense is chock full of big names at linebacker.
Cordarro Law isn't one of them -- and that's just how the former CFL star wants it.
“I’m going to be the quiet one, so I want people to know me as the silent assassin,” he told the team's official website. “I’m going to let everybody else get the attention and the shine, but I’ll creep in from the side and be that silent killer.”
The media has seemingly zeroed in on rebounding star Donald Butler, oncoming rookie Kyle Emanuel, and others. The 6-1, 255-pound Lawhasn't been heard from much since he joined the Bolts as a high-priority pickup from the Calgary Stampeders.
Don't blame the lack of attention on Law's play. The Southern Miss product tallied three tackles, notched another sack, and forced a holding penalty in a crucial moment against the Cowboys.
"Getting that sack felt good because that is the goal," Law said. " I have to pick it up more, but I did OK overall."