They look identical, play the same position, and even share a Twitter handle ( McCourtyTwins). Teammates even say they walk alike.
But come Sunday in Tennessee, they’ll be sharing something for the first time: a pro field.
The McCourty’s will play against each other for the first time in their NFL careers on Sunday, as the Patriots and Titans kick off their 2012 regular seasons.
They shared the field in college, both playing defensive back at Rutgers. But now, although their relationship off the field is a good one, this week will add a new chapter to their sibling rivalry.
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“I actually told him to lose my number this week,” said Devin, who was drafted first back in 2009. “No side bets, no anything else. I’ll see and talk to him on Sunday when we get out on the field.”
“We cut off all communication,” added Jason. “I only have one brother this week.”
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