The McCourty twins are back in Foxborough.
Not only did Jason McCourty earn a Lombardi Trophy in his first season with the Pats, he played a pivotal role in New England's historic shutdown of the Los Angeles Rams. The cornerback's breakup of a potential Brandin Cooks touchdown reception in the third quarter helped preserve New England's 13-3 win in Super Bowl LIII.
The 31-year-old said in February that he preferred to stick around in Foxborough.
"First and foremost, if I could be back in New England and all of that works out, that would be awesome," Jason said. "That way it wouldn't be the third consecutive year I had to move my family. That would be an advantage. But at the same time you realize how much of this is a business and how much of this isn't dictated by (the feeling), 'Hey, I just want to play here with my brother and the guys I built a relationship with.' There's so much more that goes into it."
The veteran corner got his wish.