Needless to say, Wilfork was pissed and Johnson backed off quick. Sorry if out there... BOSTON (CBS) There are certain things that should always be off limits for conversations, especially in public forums, and former Patriots linebacker Ted Johnson is learning that today. Johnson, now a sports radio host in Houston, was participating in a segment called None Of Your Business. Johnson was asked by a caller to say which of his former teammates had the ugliest spouse. The website Houston Media Watch captured the audio and posted the segment online. Oh, my gosh. All right, you know what? I got it. Yeah, I got it. This is a big, big man, Johnson said. He wont hear this Vince Wilfork. Well, Johnsons presumption proved true, but only temporarily, as the audio clip made its way around Twitter on Friday morning. And apparently, Wilfork caught wind of the comments, because he tweeted out a warning shot. Let me apologize to my fans in advance of whatever I may say today, Wilfork tweeted, but I do not play when it comes to my family. Wilforks previous tweet was directed at @TedJ52, Johnsons Twitter account, according to his bio on the Sports Radio 610 site. [You're] barking up the wrong tree, Wilfork wrote to Johnson. I hear and see everything [expletive]. Later, Wilfork posted a note he wrote on his iPhone to Twitter and directed it at Johnson. It read (edited for clarity): Everyone is entitled to their own opinion but it is [messed] up when an ex-teammate that I actually looked up to and enjoyed playing with takes shots at my wife for whatever reasons. I love my wife and my family. She is my everything. I dont care when this was said no one should cross that line. The line has been crossed so it is what it is. All I wanna say is [expletive] you! You dont want to [expletive] with me or my family. Take shots at me all day but not them. I have a great family life and [am] blessed to have them. Johnson tweeted out an apology later Friday morning. I just made a huge error in judgement and want to apologize to Vince and his wife for comments I made earlier today on a Houston radio show, @TedJ52 tweeted. Vince and his family are outstanding people who I have admired since they arrived in [New England]. I learned a big lesson today and feel terrible. Wilfork and Johnson were teammates in 2004, when Wilfork was a rookie and Johnson was in his final season in the NFL. Wilfork met his wife, Bianca, when he was a freshman at the University of Miami.