Devin McCourty

#32 DB / New England Patriots / EXP: 6YRS Height: 5-10 Weight: 195 lb Age: 28 College: Rutgers Bye 4

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    Patriots' Devin McCourty: Racks up nine tackles

    McCourty was on the field for all 80 of the Patriots' snaps on defense in Sunday's win over the Colts, ESPN's Mike Reiss reports. McCourty recorded a season-high nine tackles in the game, giving him 29 stops overall in five games to go along with a pick. He now has 16 tackles over his last two games.

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    Patriots FS Devin McCourty logs 72 snaps Sunday

    Patriots free safety Devin McCourty was on the field for all 72 defensive snaps in the thrashing of Kansas City on Sunday, per McCourty recorded a season-high eight tackles in the process, bringing his overall total in four games to 21.

  • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

    Patriots safety Devin McCourty doesn't want to return to cornerback

    Patriots' Devin McCourty is making a name for himself as an elite safety. He wants to stay elite and stay a safety, per The Patriots need help at the cornerback position and rumors have been swirling about McCourty potentially leaving his current role and helping out at corner. "[I'm] not really excited about that chatter. Hopefully that's not what happens," McCourty said. "We got a lot of guys working hard at the cornerback position and hopefully they'll get it done. I feel like I found a home at safety and that's where I would definitely like to stay." McCourty recorded 68 tackles, two interceptions and a forced fumble in 16 games last season.

  • by Jason Butt |

    Report: Devin McCourty almost left before Patriots raised offer

    Safety Devin McCourty was close to leaving New England. According to a report from, McCourty was on the phone with coach Bill Belichick and told him he was going to leave for another team — the Eagles, Giants and Jaguars were all in pursuit. It was then when the Patriots decided to raise their offer to five years for $47.5 million with $28.5 millon guaranteed. McCourty could have made more money elsewhere apparently, but he decided that the money New England finally offered was enough. According to, the Eagles offered more than McCourty and thought they had him locked up at one point on Sunday. McCourty totaled 68 tackles and two interceptions a season ago.

  • by Jason Butt |

    Devin McCourty to re-sign with Patriots over Eagles, Giants

    Devin McCourty is staying in New England, per CSN New England. Reporter Tom Curran received a text from McCourty Sunday saying, "I'm back." McCourty will re-sign with the Patriots on a five-year, $47.5 million deal, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, despite overtures from the Eagles and Giants. Guaranteed in the deal, according to ESPN's Mike Reiss, is $28.5 million. McCourty reportedly turned down more money elsewhere to stay with the Patriots. McCourty totaled 68 tackles and two interceptions a season ago.

  • by Jason Butt |

    Report: 'Pretty good bet' Pats bring back McCourty, Revis

    There is a "pretty good bet" that the Patriots will be able to keep both cornerback Darrelle Revis and safety Devin McCourty, according to a report from CSN New England. This report comes after two days of negotiations from teams and representatives of free agents across the NFL. McCourty totaled 68 tackles and two interceptions a season ago. Revis made 47 tackles and recorded two interceptions.

  • by Jason Butt |

    Report: Titans interested in Devin McCourty, Jason Worilds, Cary Williams

    The Titans are interested in upgrading their entire defense, it looks like. According to The Tennessean, the Titans have expressed interest in bringing in free agents safety Devin McCourty, outside linebacker Jason Worilds and cornerback Cary Williams. McCourty is the top free agent safety in this year's group, though the Eagles and Giants are looking like the top bidders for his services. Worilds is comfortable with associate head coach Dick LeBeau as he played under him in Pittsburgh. He would likely mesh well into what the Titans are looking to do on that side of the ball. Williams has familiarity with the Titans as they selected him in the seventh round of the 2008 NFL draft. Williams is also reportedly receiving interest from the Seahawks, Jets and Ravens. The Titans are also hopeful of bringing back outside linebacker Derrick Morgan with a new deal.

  • by Jason Butt |

    Report: Eagles, Giants to pursue S Devin McCourty

    The Eagles and Giants will both pursue soon-to-be free agent safety Devin McCourty when the new league year begins next week, according to a report from NBC Washington. McCourty was not franchised by the Patriots on Monday and will therefore hit the market. He acknowledged earlier this week that he may not be back in New England next season. The Eagles are reportedly very interested in McCourty and have him high on their free agent board. After recent roster moves, which included trading running back LeSean McCoy for linebacker Kiko Alonso, the Eagles are expected to have an estimated $50 million in cap space when free agency begins.

  • by Jason Butt |

    Patriots' Devin McCourty: There's a 'chance that I might not be back'

    With the Patriots deciding to use their franchise tag on kicker Stephen Gostkowski, safety Devin McCourty knows his time in New England could be coming to an end. In an interview with ESPN's Josina Anderson, McCourty said he didn't have much information on what the Patriots would do and was going off of various media reports that came down to the organization deciding whether to franchise him or Gostkowski. Now that Gostkowski is ineligible from hitting the free agent market, McCourty will test the waters beginning on March 10. "I guess it's more realistic now that [there's] a chance that I might not be back there," McCourty said. "Or there's still a chance that I will, but I guess [there's] more of a chance now with the franchise tag going to Steve that I could be playing in a different place. Still, keeping an open mind and trying to enjoy the process." In 2014, McCourty recorded 68 tackles and two interceptions.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira |

    Report: Patriots more likely to tag Gostkowski than McCourty

    If the Patriots are to use their franchise tag, the team is more likely to use the tag on kicker Stephen Gostkowski than cornerback Devin McCourty, sources told A franchise tag for a kicker would be an estimated $4.5 million, while tagging a cornerback would cost about $9.5 million. If no long-term deal can be reached and neither player is tagged, they'll become free agents March 10.

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