Broncos' Derek Wolfe says neck is 'fixed'
Denver Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe said his neck is "fixed."
"I can turn my head like an owl. It’s crazy. I can look all the way behind me. It’s insane," Wolfe told 9 News. "I feel so much better." The 36-year-old lineman has been dealing with nerve pain in his neck since 2013 and only played 11 games last season before undergoing season-ending surgery, but he claims the procedure completely fixed the issue. It sounds like Wolfe may be ready for training camp.
Wolfe recorded 31 tackles (18 solo) with 2 sacks last season before landing on injured reserve.
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