Get ready New England, the McCourty twins are playing together for the first time since college and they clearly plan on having some fun with the situation.
The duo met with the media Tuesday at Gillette Stadium and did their best to toy with the gathered marks.
The Boston Globe, though, writes that Devin and Jason McCourty didn't fool anyone with their twin games. The Globe also notes that Jason McCourty got his preferred No. 30, with Duron Harmon switching to the No. 21 jersey formerly held by Malcolm Butler.
The Globe also advises the world to leave Tom Brady and his Met Gala outfit alone. The *Globe *passes on word that the horse named Gronkowski, partially owned by Rob Gronkowski, has gotten a new trainer.
The Boston Herald says that Jason McCourty is ready for the challenge of joining his brother in the Patriots secondary. The Herald writes that late-round slot receiver Braxton Berrios could catch on quickly with Brady and the Patriots. The *Herald *says that his wife made Brady blush on the way to the Met Gala.
The Providence Journal *observes that Jason McCourty is already bringing leadership to the Patriots. The *Pro Jo also says the Patriots draft strategy was unpredictable, as it usually is.
ESPNBoston.com says that the new veteran Patriots bring perspective and leadership to New England. ESPNBoston.com notes Jason McCourty brings the perspective of an 0-16 season with him to Foxborough.
WEEI.com says that New England is in good shape in terms of potential 2019 compensatory draft picks. WEEI.com passes on word that Johnny Manziel was hospitalized after a reaction to a prescription drug. WEEI.com has Jason McCourty explaining how he got No. 30 from Harmon.
NBC Sports Boston also writes about the perspective that Jason McCourty brings to the Patriots. NBC Sports Boston writes that Brady going to the Met Gala should be the least of anyone's concerns.
NFL.com ranks the top offenses in the NFL heading into 2018, with the Patriots at No. 2.
NESN.com has its view of the McCourty media session.