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A melancholy Wilfork said losing Seymour was like losing family, both on and off the field and that...

A melancholy Wilfork said losing Seymour was like losing family, both on and off the field and that he will be missed. Wilfork lamented the breakup of one of the best defensive lines in the NFL, but said he and the team have no choice but to move on. "We're all professionals. Change happens all the time. Every year you have change, you have roster change, you have everything changing," said Wilfork. "This is another change and we're going to have to deal with it. I don't care how you feel about it. You got to deal with it and move on. We're getting ready for the most important game of our season, Monday night against a divisional rival, so we have to put everything aside and work."

Mike Reiss: Wilfork on Seymour's trade
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