New England Patriots have been, throughout the XXI Century, one of the franchises that has completely dominated the National Football League (NFL), obtaining six times the much-appreciated Super Bowl ring.
But not only Tom Brady has managed to implant that dynasty, but this was a work of a whole team that managed to maintain consistency, both from the sideline and inside the gridiron. And today one has been withdrawn who collaborated, and a lot, in this last section.
After 13 seasons in the NFL, Devin McCourty decided to end his career, one that saw him play at the highest level always with New England. An essential part of a defense that was armed to win championships.
The graduate of Rutgers University played thirteen seasons in the NFL, all with the Patriots, and managed to put numbers of a career that, with some luck, could deposit him in the Hall of Fame in a few years.
The deep-back won three Super Bowl titles, was on three All-Pro teams, managed to make the Pro Bowl in two different positions, and finished his career with 907 total tackles and 35 interceptions.