The Denver Broncos placed defensive lineman Billy Winn on injured reserve Saturday after the sixth-year veteran tore the ACL in his right knee during the team's preseason opener Thursday night against the Chicago Bears. Wolfe couldn't put any weight on his right leg as he was helped inside.
"It's an ankle injury, we're not sure how bad", Broncos coach Vance Joseph said immediately following practice. In a complementary transaction, the team signed defensive lineman Nelson Adams.
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The U.S., China and Russian Federation need to come together to force the North to de-escalate, he said. President Donald Trump has issued tough warnings to North Korea in response.
Also sidelined are nose tackle Kyle Peko (foot) and outside linebackers Shane Ray (wrist) and Shaq Barrett (hip).
Wolfe missed four games in 2015 due to a PED violation, and had a neck injury past year that cost him two games.
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Stocks took a hit for a third straight day Thursday as North Korea's nuclear threats seemed again to roil the markets. The latest USA economic data cemented expectations that inflation will remain subdued amid a robust labour market.
He also had vowed to become a more vocal presence in the locker room following the retirement of DeMarcus Ware.
Playing in his second year of a four-year extension signed last summer, Wolfe is slated to earn over $7.8 million in 2017.
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He has to be strong but, of course, his quality is ideal for the way we want to play. Maybe he'll get minutes in Girona. 'We don't want to take any risks.