Former Texans, Patriots standout Wilfork strictly retires from NFL

Former New England and Houston defensive tackle Vince Wilfork announced his retirement from a NFL in a grill blurb on Monday, a wise farewell for a large man who desired to eat.


Wilfork tweeted a video display him un-taping his ankles, unresolved adult his cleats and grabbing barbecuing tongs. The video afterwards shows a 35-year-old defender dancing, cooking ribs and smoking a cigar while wearing his heading overalls.

“No some-more cleats,” he says. “I’m relocating on to fume meats, fellas. Peace out. I’m outta here. Later.”

The video ends by observant that “Vince’s Farewell Tailgate” will take place Sept. 7 in New England. The fortifying Super Bowl champions open a deteriorate that Thursday night opposite Kansas City.

Wilfork played 13 NFL seasons, including a final dual in Houston. He pronounced progressing this summer he was considering retirement after a Texans declined to offer him a new contract.

Wilfork was drafted by New England in 2004 and anchored a Pats’ invulnerability line for 11 seasons. He was named to 5 Pro Bowls and helped a Patriots win dual Super Bowls.


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