How fatherhood impacted McCourty's decision to skip Patriots' White House visit

BOSTON — Next week the 2016 Patriots will be the first championship team, college or pro, to visit Donald Trump's White House. The number of players and coaches who make the trip will be sure to make headlines, but there are already a handful of players who've acknowledged they won't be there because of the man who occupies the Oval Office.  Devin McCourty, LeGarrette Blount and Martellus Bennett have all been open about their intentions to skip the annual Super Bowl champions photo op on the White House lawn, and McCourty explained his decision during the Play it Forward summit at Boston University where he took part in a wide-ranging discussion on race and gender in sports with host Andrea