Scratch at least one member of the New England Patriots roster from making a trip to the White House, providing an invitation from President Donald Trump comes this year.Defensive back Devin McCourty said Monday he will not attend, while Jason McCourty, Devin’s 31-year-old twin brother and teammate in the secondary, offered that his chances of going are “highly” doubtful.TMZ also reported that Patriots safety Duron Harmon would skip the White House visit.During Super Bowl week, Devin McCourty hinted at retiring from football after Super Bowl LIII, which the Patriots won 13-3 in a defensive battle against the Los Angeles Rams.One day after the victory, though, the sixth Super Bowl title for the Patriots, Devin McCourty said in an Associated Press story, “The only thing I thought about was that parade and that ring ceremony. Two more times with this team; that’s going to be a lot of fun. So I can’t wait for those two events.”He also was on New England’s Super Bowl-winning team following the 2016 season in a nine-year NFL career, all with the Patriots, who made him a first-round pick in 2010. Jason, who played at Rutgers with his brother, then was drafted in the sixth round by the Tennessee Titans in 2009, joined the Patriots in 2018 after eight seasons with the Titans and one with the 0-16 Cleveland Browns in 2017. He has 17 career interceptions, while Devin has 21, including seven in his rookie season.