Devin McCourty reacts to Robert Kraft situation: 'You really have to just let it play out'

Ryan Hannable
February 23, 2019 - 9:21 am

On Friday, Robert Kraft was charged with two counts soliciting prostitution in Florida as part of a months-long sting operation where close to 200 people are facing charges.

Speaking to NBC Sports Boston's Tom E. Curran Friday in Puerto Rico, Devin McCourty commented on the matter as he gets set to host a football camp with his twin brother Jason this weekend.

“When you see things come out like that you really have to just let it play out,” McCourty said. “See what it is, what it isn’t, and go from there.”

He added: “For me, RKK has been a great person to lean on as far as social justice stuff, a guy to lean on, a guy to talk to, always present in the locker room, always there to talk to guys. I’ve had the opportunity to build that kind of relationship with him. With what’s transpired you really just have to let it play out and see what happens.”

McCourty confirmed on a podcast Thursday night that he plans on returning for his 10th NFL season.

Related: Latest on Robert Kraft prostitution charges, including why he might not need to appear in court

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