The Patriots have reached out to start contract talks with veteran S Devin McCourty. He's due $3.97M in the final year of his rookie deal.
Boston Herald "Until the Patriots approach Devin McCourty about a contract extension, there’s no sense in the safety losing sleep over the matter. McCourty has a year remaining on his rookie deal, which puts the two-time All-Pro in range for an extension. After earning a $3 million salary escalator this..." February 26
WEEI Boston "1. When it comes to dissecting the intricacies of the salary cap, Brian McIntyre has been an invaluable resource at this address, and so it was no surprise that he was the first to note this week that because he hit 80 percent playing time in each of the last four seasons, safety Devin McCourty..." January 26
Pro Football Talk "Patriots safety Devin McCourty had plenty of time to heal up before they open up the playoffs, but sooner’s always better than later so it’s good news for New England that McCourty was participating in practice on Wednesday. McCourty suffered a concussion in Week 16 and did not play in the..." January 01
Patriots S Devin McCourty is, as expected, out today. McCourty never really had a realistic shot. Duron Harmon likely takes his place.
Patriots S Devin McCourty (concussion) is doubtful to play this Sunday. WR Josh Boyce (ankle) once again ruled out.
Patriots S Devin McCourty (concussion) & WR Josh Boyce (ankle) remain the lone absences from practice.
Devin McCourty has a "head" injury. He will not return. Likely a concussion.
CSN New England "The Patriots have announced defensive end Rob Ninkovich and safety Devin McCourty as captains. The two leadership roles were originally given to nose tackle Vince Wilfork and linebacker Jerod Mayo but both have suffered serious injuries this season and have been relegated to IR. Ninkovich an..." October 19
Boston Globe "Now that Jerod Mayo has joined Vince Wilfork on season-ending injured reserve questions about how good the Patriots will be defensively -- and who will be playing -- figure to dominate pregame chatter as they get set to face the Jets Sunday. Those football teams that use the next-man-up..." October 16
Boston Globe "Devin McCourty has been a team captain for two seasons and as a safety he is essentially the quarterback of the defense. He said Wednesday afternoon that he likes what he's seen from his group so far in Philadelphia. "Just competing" he said. "I think we like this challenge. You come in you get..." August 08
Boston Herald "Devin McCourty finally got into safety school and he believes his summer education should help him return to his attacking ways on the back end of the defense. The fourth-year pro has gotten his first opportunity to spend training camp as a safety and he already feels the difference. McCourty..." August 06
Boston Herald "Devin McCourty has taken an all-encompassing view of the defense during OTAs, as the Patriots safety is still working his way back from shoulder surgery. So, while the three-year veteran is watching team drills and preparing behind the scenes, he said he’s done so with the entire unit in mind...." June 07
Boston Globe "Defensive back Devin McCourty sounded excited to start working with Adrian Wilson, the veteran free agent safety the Patriots signed last month, and said his rehab from shoulder surgery is going well. McCourty read to students at Arlington Elementary School Monday morning to help kick off..." April 09
Boston Globe "Devin McCourty will be spending much of the remainder of the offseason rehabbing, after a league source said Friday that the Patriots defensive back has undergone minor right shoulder surgery. He is expected to be ready for training camp. New England’s first-round pick in 2010, McCourty played..." March 30
ESPN.com "Patriots defensive back Devin McCourty underwent surgery on his shoulder earlier this offseason, but he is expected to be ready for the start of training camp, according to multiple sources. It is not known which shoulder McCourty had the surgery performed. In 2011, McCourty played through a..." March 29