Patriots defensive lineman Vince Wilfork took to Twitter Wednesday night to say he would have no comment at this time after being featured prominently in a report on a rogue booster at the University of Miami.
"I am aware of the report that has claims that involve me while at the U," Wilfork wrote. "While the NCAA and the U conduct their investigations @Mrs75 and I believe that it is not appropriate for us to comment.
"Thanks for your continued support and confidence in me."
Yahoo! Sports reported that Wilfork, among other Hurricane football players, received cash payments and other improper benefits from former Miami booster Nevin Shapiro who is now in jail.