Vince Wilfork announces retirement in hilarious fashion

Vince Wilfork announces retirement in hilarious fashion

The announcement heralds the end of a 13-year career for Wilfork, who played 11 seasons for the New England Patriots and two seasons for the Houston Texans. He was a five-time Pro Bowler and first-team All-Pro in 2012, and won a Super Bowl ring in his first and last seasons with the Patriots.

Wilfork entered the league in 2004 after he was a first-round pick out of Miami, helping anchor the defensive line during the Patriots' dynasty of the mid-2000s.

Wilfork also ranks 14th on the club's all-time tackles list, with 355 tackles in 158 games played.

Wilfork announced that he's retiring by posting a sponsored video on Twitter.

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He spent the previous two seasons with the Texans, notching a total of 43 tackles and no sacks during his time in Houston.

Wilfork was a legend in New England, and fans were sad to see him go, so it's nice to see him returning.

But again, the legend of Big Vince Wilfork isn't confined exclusively to the field.

"No more cleats, I'm moving on to smoked meats", the Super Bowl victor says with enthusiasm.

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Quite simply put, Wilfork was a big dude, both on the field and off. Wilfork was surprisingly nimble and athletic for his guy his size, something that was on full display during a game in 2011 when he picked off San Diego Chargers Quarterback Philip Rivers.

The video also announces "Vince's Farewell Tailgate" in New England on September 7, which is the date of the regular-season opener between the Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs.

"No more cleats", he says. "Peace out! I'm out of here! I'll be back, but not on that field".

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