Wolfe was a four-year starter at linebacker from 2010 to 2013 with the Broncos, where he helped lead them to back-to-back Super Bowl appearances. He played in 62 games, started 46 of those contests, had seven interceptions and two forced fumbles. In 2011, Wolfe posted career best numbers, finishing sixth among NFL linebackers with 101 tackles (70 solo) and tied for second with three interceptions. He earned his first Pro Bowl selection after helping the Broncos reach the playoffs for the third time in four years.

Derek Wolfe was cut by the Broncos on Monday after they brought back veteran linebacker Brandon Marshall. He signed a 1 day contract with the team on Tuesday afternoon according to his agent Matt Powell.



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