Laying down the Law beside Charleston Hughes for the Calgary Stampeders

Calgary Stampeders Cordarro Law runs on to the field before facing the Montreal Alouettes in CFL...

Calgary Stampeders Cordarro Law runs on to the field before facing the Montreal Alouettes in CFL football at McMahon Stadium in Calgary, Alberta on Saturday July 20, 2013. (AL CHAREST/QMI Agency)

SCOTT MITCHELL, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:38 AM ET

CALGARY - Lining up across from Charleston Hughes, it’s easy to go unnoticed.

While Hughes is commanding the attention — and double-teams — the other Calgary Stampeders defensive end, Cordarro Law, is reaping the rewards of playing along the same defensive line as one of the CFL’s premier pass-rushers.

Quietly, the Alabama native and former Southern Mississippi standout, has produced five sacks this season, tying Hughes and Edmonton Eskimos edge rusher Odell Willis for fourth in the league.

That’s one more than the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ big-name duo of Ricky Foley and John Chick have ... combined.

Law is hoping to keep his numbers on the down-low, too.

“I knew I was capable of putting up numbers,” Law said. “I want to keep it on the quiet, though. I don’t want it to be out there so guys start paying attention to me. I want to keep putting up the quiet numbers.


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