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Before the madness that was Super Bowl media day, Patriots DT Vince Wilfork was interviewed. He spoke about how much he wants his teammates, young and old, to enjoy the experience. It’s good stuff. Check out my video:
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The work ethic has been there seven days a week. While discussing Vince Wilfork's emergence as an every-down player, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick cited a number of examples to drive home the points of his athleticism. Most recently, Belichick pointed toward Monday's practice when Wilfork was running sprints during the offense's portion of the session...
Not long ago, all Vince Wilfork had to do was clog holes on running downs. Now he's getting after the quarterback. Mike Freeman says the second-team All-Pro is on the rise and will be a handful for the Giants.
It has become a tradition for Vince Wilfork to invite his fellow defensive linemen into his suburban home once a week, ostensibly to watch film of the previous game and talk about ways they can improve.
Vince Wilfork hears the Giants' confident chatter, the self-assurance emanating from the Patriots' Super Bowl XLVI opponent. But Wilfork isn't about to get upset or tack anything up in his locker this week, hoping to use it as a little motivation with hopes of avenging the Giants' past two wins against the Patriots.
INDIANAPOLIS - Even the Patriots have appreciated Eli Manning’s play this season. And one of the Pats - big defensive tackle Vince Wilfork - has been so impressed by the Giants QB that he ranked Manning right alongside New England’s own QB star, Tom Brady. “He’s probably one of the ...
I looked out the window of my hotel room and saw Vince Wilfork.
In the second week of the season, New England Patriots nose tackle Vince Wilfork peeled away from the line and drifted into the space between Philip Rivers and Mike Tolbert to grab his first interception of an eight-year career.
Forget the rematch storyline for a second. As the Patriots and Giants gear up for Super Bowl XLVI, this game looks like a total toss-up, which is the most exciting aspect of all the hype. The two teams are evenly matched, and it would be surprising if the game was decided by more than one possession, which increases the importance of every single play. It should be a great game,...
Vince Wilfork hears the Giants' confident chatter, the self-assurance emanating from the Patriots' Super Bowl XLVI opponent.
In Part 5 of a series, we take a unit-by-unit look at Sunday's game between the Patriots and Giants. New England has indomitable Vince Wilfork while the Giants have a bevy of top-notch pass rushers.
The Giants are talking. A ton. From claims of planned parades and speaking under the assumption that they will simply win Super Bowl XLVI, talk is apparently no longer cheap.
Meanwhile, the Patriots are, well, being themselves. Not saying much. Just going about their business. But aren’t they annoyed? Turns out, not so much. Not before the game, anyway.
“I don’t care about...
Here are some of the best videos from around the web coming from Super Bowl XLVI Media Day in Indianapolis: New England Patriots players give their best Rob Gronkowski impression Chad Ochocino gets serious in his discussion with Deion Sanders Vince Wilfork defines the “Patriot way” Logan Mankins discusses his time thus far in Indianapolis [...]
The Patriots have put together a random roster full of guys that no one else wanted. It’s a motley crew and that seems to suit this organization best. Sure, Tom Brady is protected by an offensive line with a good pedigree. The defense is led by first round picks Jerod Mayo and Vince Wilfork. But…