ENGLEWOOD-It was the type of injury scare that could have spoiled a season before it began.
Denver Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe went down with a right leg injury during the team's practice on Saturday morning, enough to take the air out of the session.
Wolfe appeared unable to put any pressure on his right leg as he was helped by trainers from the cart into the team's facility.
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"It's an ankle injury", Joseph said.
The regular-season opener will be played at home when the Broncos host the Los Angeles Chargers. "I was praying as soon it happened that it was just a sprain or something like that and nothing serious. Hopefully it's nothing serious and it's just a sprain".
With Kyle Peko still recovering from a broken foot and Billy Winn done for the year with a torn ACL, the Broncos' defense line is already thin. He missed some time with elbow and neck injuries. He missed all of last season with a knee injury suffered in training camp last season while going against Russell Okung.
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Offensive tackle Menelik Watson was walking gingerly after the play, but he returned to action.
Wolfe has posted 5.5 sacks in each of the previous two seasons, respectively.
He is in the second year of a four-year contract that will pay him $6.05 million this year. Other rotational and depth players at defensive end include Zach Kerr, Adam Gostis, Harris and Shakir Soto.
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Broncos coach Vance Joseph said following the team's practice, the preliminary exam by the medical staff showed "the first look, it wasn't serious".