Wolfe (neck) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Raiders. Wolfe injured his neck in last week's loss to Kansas City and hasn't practiced since. Adam Gotsis will likely see some extra snaps as the only backup to starting defensive ends Jared Crick and Billy Winn.
Wolfe (neck) did not participate in Wednesday's practice, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Wolfe injured his neck during Week 16's loss to the Chiefs after notching two solo tackles, and his status for Sunday against the Raiders is up in the air. With the Broncos already eliminated from the playoffs, there may not be much of a push to get him back on the field.
Wolfe (neck) is questionable to return to Sunday's game in Kansas City, Ben Swanson of the Broncos' official site reports. Carrying this neck injury for much of the season, Wolfe has now been removed for a second straight contest as a result. There's a chance that he'll return Sunday, but his pass-rushing chops would likely be close to non-existent, as he's managed just one sack in his last eight appearances.
Wolfe has been ruled out of Sunday's game in Kansas City due to a neck injury. Plagued by this neck injury for a large portion of the season, Wolfe won't return to action for a second consecutive week. If the Broncos are knocked out of the playoff picture Sunday, he could very well be held out in Week 17 and instead refocus his efforts on rehabilitation.
Wolfe (neck) is active Sunday against the Chiefs, Cameron Wolfe of The Denver Post reports. Wolfe will suit up despite missing every practice this week. He'll likely play a critical role along the Broncos' defensive line, per usual.