Patriots nose tackle Vince Wilfork joined the Dale & Holley show on Monday morning to talk about the Ty Warren injury, voluntary workouts and training camp.
"That's a personal friend of mine on and off the field," Wilfork said of Warren. "It's just sad to hear something like that, sidelined for the season. I talked with him afterwards and everything and he's in high spirits. It's something he said he needs to take care of and I support him 100 percent. As far as the player, that's a guy I will miss out there on the field with me but I think the guys that stepped in are doing a good job. I mean we've been working every day, everybody has been doing their thing and hopefully we can get better as a team."
Wilfork also touched on heading to Atlanta and facing Falcons players in dual practices, and the attitude he'll have.
"I won't help him up," Wilfork said of possibly knocking down the Atlanta center in practice. "He's not my teammate, that's not my problem. I don't know if you call it personal or what, but it's not a teammate of mine. It's just a mindset I always have. I don't know him and I don't plan on knowing him. I'm going down there for one reason and that's to win and compete. That's it, nothing more than it, nothing less than it. Hopefully everybody is one the same page as me."