Former Patriots cornerback Ty Law didn’t seem to take kindly to longtime rival Peyton Manning’s latest claim that New England used to “bug” his locker with a microphone.

Manning — all via his new “Monday Night Football” broadcast on ESPN2 with brother Eli — recalled speaking to his Colts receivers contained in the group showers to forestall the Patriots from eavesdropping. Law discovered that part notably entertaining.

“Because if you want to go to those extremes, when they were talking about how we played aggressive on their wide receivers,” Law talked about. “What did they call it, the ‘Ty Law rule’? I mean, I look at that as a compliment. We just came out there, we kicked ass, we took names, and y’all had to go home mad on the bus and we went to the Super Bowl. I take satisfaction in it. It’s not frustrating at all. It’s funny.”

“Peyton is my friend, a great quarterback, a great competitor,” he talked about. “But there’s gonna always be a lot of talk about that rivalry, whether it’s him joking about we had it bugged or this-gate or that-gate… But Peyton is great. I think his analysis is funny, his wit is awesome. I enjoy listening to him.”