Found November 07, 2012 on Patriots Life:
ESPN - Boston"It's cool, it's different. You get used to it, seeing more of the field," McCourty said. "I think you have more responsibility since you have a viewpoint to let everyone else know. I know when you're playing corner, it's not as easy to see the different things that you see on film when you're just on that side of the field. I try to just communicate and let guys know if I see anything from film study that might happen." When asked what has made the position switch a smooth one so far, McCourty cited communication with his teammates. "I have a good knowledge of, especially for our corners what they're doing," he continued. "I think a little bit of that helps me, I can say things and they're being communicated and let them know I'm on the same page as them, I think helps them out a lot. Just my experience at corner, I think helps me out with that aspect. And then just going out there playing and listening...
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