Vince Wilfork puts final sear on 13-year career

Vince Wilfork is retiring from the NFL, and he made the announcement in a method befitting of the 300-plus-pound nose tackle.

Wilfork declared the end of his career in a tweet that also served as an advertisement for Kingsford Charcoal, saying he would hold a “farewell tailgate” before the New England Patriots open the regular season against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sept. 7 at Gillette Stadium.

“No more cleats,” Wilfork said in the video. “I’m moving on to smoke meats, fellas.”

Wilfork, a five-time Pro Bowl selection, played the past two seasons for the Houston Texans after playing his first 11 seasons with the Patriots.

Flashback: Vince Wilfork’s QA for ESPN The Magazine’s Body Issue

Two-time Super Bowl champ Vince Wilfork — and wife Bianca — dished on body image, “runner calves” and schooling Randy Moss on routes at his shoot for ESPN’s Body Issue.

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