Posts Tagged ‘Devin McCourty’

Why the McCourty twins are cracking me up this week (even if they’re really serious)

The NFL season opens for the Patriots and Titans Sunday and both teams will have a lot going on when they hit the field. But one kinda cool storyline that shouldn’t be overlooked is that the McCourty twins get to play against each other. No, not on the field at the same time — both play defense. But on opposite sidelines. The Patriots have their McCourty, Devin, the starting CB. The Titans have their McCourty, Jason, the starting CB. And the dudes who look very much alike will have an interesting week. (Shoot, it’s been interesting for me in the Titans locker room. Every time I see Jason, I have to remind myself I’m not talking to Devin.) The word […]

Bill Belichick will not humor you on Media Day

Apparently, the greatest challenge in Media Day is trying to get Bill Belichick to play along with your dumb comedy bits.

McCourty twins stop by NFL Network

Devin and Jason McCourty visit with “NFL Total Access” host Paul Burmister on the NFL Network set on Feb. 17, 2011.

Bodden eager to get back to work with Pats

Leigh Bodden is rehabbing his injured shoulder and eager to join a young and upcomg Patriots secondary in 2011.

Injury roundup: Rogers suffers concussion

Aaron Rodgers, Gerald McCoy and Chris Ivory are among the players on the Week 14 injury list.

Rams-Patriots observations: First look at Bradford

Although I didn’t use my tickets to Overreaction Theater, acknowledging that it is presesaon, here are some first half observations and quick thoughts from the football game between the Rams and Patriots.

Roundup: New name for Jags’ stadium on the way

Finally, the Jaguars’ home has a name.

Roundup: Jerry’s injury still a concern for Falcons?

The knee injury that ended the rookie season of Falcons DT Peria Jerry was never fully disclosed, and rumors continue to swirl about the exact nature of the injury.

Eagles can go many directions in the draft

While the Redskins got their man in Donovan McNabb, the Eagles now have 11 picks in the upcoming draft after acquiring a second-round pick from Washington. Look for Philadelphia to target defense.

Tannenbaum: Jets will not use first-round pick on CB

Before acquiring Antonio Cromartie from the Chargers three weeks ago, Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum believed his only other option to upgrade the cornerback position was to use the team’s first-round draft pick.

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