Patriots veteran safety Devin McCourty played under newly hired Giants head coach Joe Judge for seven seasons, and is a free agent this offseason.
While at Super Bowl LIV media events down in Miami, McCourty spoke to the New York Post about a possible reunion with Judge.
"I'm always open to talk to anybody," McCourty told The Post. "That's how I view it."
McCourty, 32, reportedly considered signing with the Giants back in 2015, but instead re-signed with the Patriots and would go on to win two more Super Bowl titles with the team.
The safety was a a key player on special teams for the Patriots under Judge, playing 110 or more snaps every year that Judge was in charge of special teams.
"I like Joe," McCourty said. "I think he is well prepared and passionate, so he has a chance to be a really good head coach."
McCourty attended St. Joseph-Montvale High School and Rutgers University in New Jersey, before going to the NFL. It's possible that Judge could convince the free agent safety to come back to New Jersey and play for the Giants.
"I'm excited," McCourty said about free agency. "I dont expect anything. I've talked to my wife and we're wide open. We'll see how it turns out."