Vince Wilfork and the Patriots have worked things out and agreed to an extension
Apparently all is well, since Wilfork and the Patriots have now agreed to a contract extension that keeps him in New England for at least another year, with two years worth of non-guaranteed money after that.
The deal is for $25 million over 3 years, with only $3 million guaranteed, all of which is paid out in the first year of the deal. That lowers the Patriots' cap hit by about $4-5 million this year, giving them around $9 million to play with.
The Patriots are unlikely to be in play for recently released WR DeSean Jackson, but WR is definitely still a position of need for them. Perhaps this deal can help them find the final piece they need to make them a legit Super Bowl contender.