Wilfork Skipping Organized Team Activity

There’s a massive veteran presence missing from the middle of the New England Patriots’ defense, one that weighs roughly 325 pounds.
Of course, we’re referring to imposing nose guard Vince Wilfork, the absentee defensive lineman who’s skipping the Patriots’ voluntary Organized Team Activity session today, per Mike Reiss of the Boston Globe.
According to Reiss, via his Twitter account, there was no sign of Wilfork at the workouts.
Wilfork is entering the final year of his contract and, during offseason interviews, has alternatedly griped and preached patience about his unresolved future.
At this point, there have been no contract negotiations.
In five NFL seasons, Wilfork has registered 260 career tackles and 7 1/2 sacks. Last season, he posted 66 tackles and two sacks.

4 responses to “Wilfork Skipping Organized Team Activity

  1. This means the cheatriots other d lineman need to practice throwing their elbows @ opposing QB’s knees. Oh wait, they already do under Belicheat. Nevermind….

  2. pats suck, how much time a day do you spend talking shit about the Pats? I mean fine talk shit when it happens, but this is all two years old. Give it up man, move on with your life.

  3. wilfork has to see the writing on the wall. he’s gone after next season. no way the pats will tie up wilfork with big money while they bring along ron brace. no team can pay big money to 2 34 nose tackles. only question now is what he can be traded for either during or after the coming season.

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