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  • Dolphins' Jason McCourty: Shifts to injured reserve

    The Dolphins placed McCourty (foot) on injured reserve Tuesday. As expected, McCourty lands on IR after injuring his foot in Week 7. The team still hasn't decided if he will need surgery, but he will be sidelined for at least three weeks with the move to IR. Rookie Jevon Holland will likely step into a starting role during McCourty's absence.
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  • Dolphins' Jason McCourty: Might not return Sunday

    McCourty (foot) is questionable to return Sunday against the Falcons. McCourty had played 35 percent or fewer of the defensive snaps in the last two games, and this injury isn't going to help his chances of seeing the number of snaps he was seeing earlier this year. If McCourty can't continue in this game, then Jevon Holland would be in line to see additional snaps.
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  • Patriots' Jason McCourty: Willing to rotate positions

    McCourty (groin) practiced Friday and said afterward that he's "open and willing" to the idea of playing some safety in 2020, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports. McCourty missed four games, including the team's postseason loss to Tennessee, in 2019, but he's back in the saddle. The 33-year-old has played cornerback his entire career, but the team may want him to play alongside his brother Devin more at safety. Regardless, this likely means McCourty's average of 40.3 defensive snaps per game will either stay steady or rise.
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  • Patriots' Jason McCourty: Questionable Week 17

    McCourty (groin) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Dolphins. McCourty aggravated the groin injury during Week 16 and worked as a limited practice participant this week. The 32-year-old missed three off the previous five games due to the issue, leaving his status for the regular-season finale up in the air.
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  • Patriots' Jason McCourty: Will remain sidelined

    The Patriots have downgraded McCourty (groin) to out for Sunday's tilt against the Texans. The absence will mark McCourty's second straight since suffering a groin injury. It is also just his second game missed since the start of the 2018 season. Look for J.C. Jackson and Jonathan Jones to again see increased workloads as a result.
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  • Patriots' Jason McCourty: Re-signed for two years

    McCourty agreed Wednesday to re-sign with the Patriots on a two-year contract, Tom E. Curran of NBC Sports Boston reports. The 31-year-old cornerback will thus continue to play in the same secondary with his twin brother, safety Devin McCourty, on the heels of solid 2018 campaign in which he recorded 70 tackles and an interception. The Patriots will likely deploy McCourty as their second or third cornerback, depending on the progression of 23-year-old J.C. Jackson.
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  • Patriots' Jason McCourty: Records 70 tackles

    McCourty finished up the 2018 regular season with 70 tackles and a pick in 15 games. Though the 31-year-old has put up better IDP numbers during his career, McCourty no doubt relished the opportunity to play with his twin brother, Devin, at the NFL level. The cornerback is eligible to become a free agent this offseason, but it's not hard to imagine him re-upping for another year, with Devin McCourty under contract with New England through the 2019 season.
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  • Browns' Jason McCourty: Posts season-high 10 tackles

    McCourty accumulated a team-high 10 tackles (eight solo) during Sunday's 27-21 overtime loss to Green Bay. A week after posting a season-high nine tackles, McCourty bested that effort against the Packers. The nine-year pro has 19 tackles over his last two contests and 51 for the year. He'll look to continue his hot streak Sunday against the Ravens.
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  • Browns' Jason McCourty: No go Week 8

    McCourty (ankle) is listed as inactive Sunday against the Vikings in London, Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports. For the second game in a row, McCourty will be sidelined due to an ankle injury. In his stead, expect the Browns to trot out Jamar Taylor and Mike Jordan as the starting cornerbacks.
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  • Browns' Jason McCourty: Picks off McCown in Week 5

    McCourty registered an interception and a forced fumble during Sunday's 17-14 loss to the Jets. He also added five tackles (four solo). McCourty has been a turnover machine to start the season, logging two interceptions and two forced fumbles through the first five weeks. The former Titan signed a two-year contract with the Browns in the offseason and has been a very nice addition to Cleveland's secondary.
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  • Jason McCourty: Expects to sign contract with Browns

    McCourty (shoulder/chest) is expected to sign a two-year contract with the Browns, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports. McCourty has spent his entire eight-year career with the Titans but was waived in April following a 2016 campaign where he recorded 69 tackles, 12 passes defensed and two interceptions across 14 games. He should immediately address a need for the Browns once signed after the team recently lost fourth-round draft pick Howard Wilson to a broken kneecap during rookie minicamp. Look for a deal to be finalized over the next few days, barring any last-second snags in contract talks.
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  • Jason McCourty: Released by Titans

    McCourty (shoulder/chest) was released by the Titans on Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. McCourty's release comes after he spent the first eight seasons of his NFL career with Tennessee. The 29-year old cornerback had 69 tackles and 12 passes defensed, including two interceptions, in 14 games played last season. His release leaves the Titans with LeShaun Sims and Logan Ryan as the team's starting corners, though they could add a rookie early on in the draft. McCourty -- presumably past the aches and pains that he dealt with last last season -- is now a free agent and likely won't struggle finding a new club to sign with. The Patriots, who roster McCourty's twin brother Devin, are an intriguing option on that front.
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  • Titans' Jason McCourty: Inactive Sunday

    McCourty is listed as inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Texans. McCourty's loss will be a tough one for a Tennessee secondary that surrendered 325 passing yards to Blake Bortles in his absence Week 16. With their top cover corner on the shelf, look for Valentino Blake to see an expanded role Sunday afternoon.
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  • Titans' Jason McCourty: Returns to practice in limited fashion

    McCourty (chest) was a limited participant at Thursday's practice. McCourty's limited availability Thursday is a small step in the right direction after completely sitting out Wednesday. His status heading into Sunday's game against the Texans remains unclear.
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  • Titans' Jason McCourty: Won't play Saturday

    McCourty (chest) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Jaguars. McCourty was unable to practice throughout the week, thus foreshadowing his absence Saturday. Expect Brice McCain, Valentino Blake, and Kalan Reed to see a bulk of the work at cornerback.
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  • Titans' Jason McCourty: Doubtful to play against Jaguars

    McCourty (chest) is "unlikely" to play Saturday against the Jaguars, The Tennesseean reports. McCourty was unable to practice this week due to a bruised chest and sprained shoulder. In his potential absence, the Titans project to trot out a starting cornerback trio consisting of Valentino Blake, Brice McCain and LeShaun Sims.
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  • Titans' Jason McCourty: Dealing with shoulder sprain and chest contusion

    McCourty sprained his shoulder and suffered a chest contusion in Sunday's win over Kansas City, John Glennon of the Tennessean reports. McCourty was forced to exit Sunday's game due to the injuries. While they can take weeks to completely heal they aren't injuries that will prevent him from playing for an extended period of time and he should at this time be considered questionable for Sunday's game against the Jaguars.
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  • Titans' Jason McCourty: Questionable to return to Sunday's game

    McCourty is questionable to return to Sunday's game due to a chest injury. As long as McCourty remains out, expect LeShaun Sims to see additional work at cornerback.
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  • Titans' Jason McCourty: Shouldn't miss time

    Head coach Mike Mularkey said McCourty (knee) is expected to play in Week 14 against the Broncos. McCourty bruised his knee in Sunday's win over the Bears. The Titans' Week 13 bye will likely be enough time for him to recover.
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  • Titans' Jason McCourty: Logs nine stops in Week 9

    McCourty logged nine tackles Sunday against the Chargers. After not posting more than seven tackles in any of his first seven games of 2016, McCourty has now registered 20 tackles over the last two weeks. Other than the recent tackle production, he's intercepted a pair of passes on the year, but he could be a decent speculative add in IDP leagues.
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