Broncos’ Derek Wolfe carted off practice field with injury

Denver Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe was carted off the field during practice on Saturday morning after suffering what appeared to be a serious injury to his right leg.

“We’re not sure how bad”.

“If we plan on stopping the run, we’d better have Wolfe in there”.

“Great news, man”, Talib said. Nose tackle Billy Winn was lost for the season after he tore an ACL last week. That was our problem past year.

“So, we need Derek Wolfe”.

Wolfe was unable to put any weight on his right side, and there were fears that he may be the latest Denver defensive lineman to suffer a season-ending type of injury.

Adams, who wasn’t selected during the 2017 NFL Draft, is a 6-foot-3, 287-pound run-stopper out of Mississippi State. None will be back until September.

Denver players will have off on Sunday before returning for a final day of training camp on Monday.

“Just from a leader standpoint, we’re lucky that we’ve got (Domata Peko) in the room, Big Peck”.

Joseph said he did not see the play occur.

Wolfe missed four games in 2015 due to a PED violation, and had a neck injury a year ago that cost him two games. He bulked up over the summer, saying he added 20 pounds of muscle because “I was like 285 a year ago and it was a little too light holding the point”.