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The Patriots' defensive line, led by Vince Wilfork (right), Ty Warren, and Richard Seymour, never lie down on the job, although they shared some down time at practice yesterday. The Patriots' defensive line, led by Vince Wilfork (right), Ty Warren, and Richard Seymour, never lie down on the job, although they shared some down time at practice yesterday. (BARRY CHIN/GLOBE STAFF)
By Christopher L. Gasper
Globe Staff / January 12, 2007

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Vince Wilfork looked a little out of place last Sunday when he scooped up a lateral against the New York Jets and ran -- huffing and puffing -- 31 yards. Despite Wilfork's assertion that he was a kick returner in high school, the Patriots didn't spend a first-round pick on the 325-pound nose tackle for his ability to ... (Full article: 936 words)

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