38 Facts About Jason McCourty


Jason Devon McCourty was born on August 13,1987 and is a former American football cornerback who played 13 seasons in the National Football League.


Jason McCourty primarily played cornerback throughout his first eleven NFL seasons, but became the starting free safety for the Miami Dolphins in 2021.


In 2022 Jason McCourty was hired by NFL Network to serve as an analyst on Good Morning Football, and by Westwood One to help call select Thursday Night Football radio broadcasts.


Jason McCourty started three years as a cornerback for Rutgers University.


Jason McCourty ended his college career with 148 tackles, 2 interceptions, 20 pass breakups and finished second in the Big East in kickoff returns as a senior.


Jason McCourty ran the fastest time of any player there in the 40-yard dash.


Jason McCourty was the second player from Rutgers that the Tennessee Titans drafted after first-rounder Kenny Britt and was the 31st cornerback that was drafted in 2009 draft.


On October 4,2009, Jason McCourty earned his first career start in place of Cortland Finnegan, who suffered a hamstring injury the previous week.


Jason McCourty missed the Titans' Week 10 victory against the Buffalo Bills due to an injury.


Jason McCourty finished his rookie season in 2009 with 29 combined tackles in 15 games and three starts.


Jason McCourty entered training camp competing for the job as the starting cornerback against Ryan Mouton, rookie Alterraun Verner, and Tye Hill after the role was left vacant by the departure of Nick Harper during the off-season.


Head coach Jeff Fisher named Jason McCourty the starting cornerback, alongside Cortland Finnegan, to start the regular season.


On September 28,2010, Jason McCourty underwent surgery and missed the next four games.


Jason McCourty finished the season with 47 combined tackles, ten pass deflections, and two interceptions in 12 games and six starts.


Head coach Mike Munchak named Jason McCourty the starting cornerback, opposite Cortland Finnegan, to begin the 2011 regular season.


Jason McCourty was sidelined for the Titans' Week 14 loss to the New Orleans Saints due to a concussion he suffered the previous week against the Buffalo Bills.


Jason McCourty finished the season with a career-high 103 combined tackles, two interceptions, a sack, and a forced fumble in 15 games and 15 starts.


Jason McCourty finished the 2012 season with 92 combined tackles, a career-high 15 pass deflections, and four interceptions in 16 games and 16 starts.


Jason McCourty finished the 2013 season with 65 combined tackles and 11 pass deflections in 16 games and 16 starts.


Head coach Ken Whisenhunt named Jason McCourty the starting cornerback, alongside Coty Sensabaugh, to start the regular season.


Jason McCourty finished the 2014 season with 85 combined tackles, 11 pass deflections, and three interceptions in 16 games and 16 starts.


Jason McCourty suffered a groin injury that sidelined him for the majority of training camp and the entire preseason.


Jason McCourty was named a co-defensive captain during the 2015 season.


Jason McCourty aggravated his groin injury during the game and missed the remainder of the season.


Jason McCourty finished the 2015 season with 15 combined tackles in four games and four starts.


Jason McCourty finished the 2016 season with 69 combined tackles, 12 pass deflections, and two interceptions in 14 games and 14 starts.


Jason McCourty missed two consecutive games after he suffered an ankle injury.


Jason McCourty finished the 2017 season with 69 combined tackles, 12 pass deflections, two interceptions, and a touchdown in 14 games and 14 starts.


Safety Duron Harmon switched his jersey number to 21 so that Jason McCourty could have jersey number 30.


Jason McCourty appeared in all 16 regular season games for the Patriots, and started in 12.


Jason McCourty finished the 2018 season with 70 combined tackles and 1one interception.


On March 13,2019, Jason McCourty signed a two-year, $10 million contract extension with the Patriots.


Jason McCourty finished with 40 total tackles, one interception, and six passes defended.


Jason McCourty signed with the Miami Dolphins on May 7,2021.


Jason McCourty was placed on injured reserve on October 26,2021.


Jason McCourty finished with 21 total tackles and two passes defended.


Jason McCourty's identical twin brother, Devin Jason McCourty, was a Pro Bowl safety for the New England Patriots for 13 years.


Jason and Devin McCourty jointly delivered the 2019 commencement address at Rutgers; they received honorary doctorates from their alma mater.