TMZ Vince Wilfork’s son has been booted from the University of Houston football team … after the 19-year-old safety was arrested for having 381 grams of codeine in his car. The Houston athletic department tells TMZ Sports, “We are aware of the situation and D’Aundre (Holmes-Wilfork) is no longer a part of the Houston Football program.” We’re told this is a direct result of D’Aundre’s arrest in Friendswood, Texas on December 21. D’Aundre was a freshman walk-on for the Cougars and never saw the field this season.
Houston Texans nose tackle Vince Wilfork’s son D’Aundre Holmes-Wilfork was a walk-on safety on the University of Houston Cougars football team, but he will not be a part of new head coach Major Applewhite’s first team in 2017, he has been booted from the program following an arrest for possession of codeine. A lot of codeine. So much codeine that D’Aundre Holmes-Wilfork is facing 20 years in prison. We here at SportSmasher.com hope that D’Aundre Holmes-Wilfork does not end up doing that much time, he is just a kid who made a mistake, and 20 years is a long time for possession of a controlled substance.