Broncos DE Derek Wolfe will finish his season on IR after dislocating his left elbow in Sunday's win over the Chargers, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Wolfe set a new career high with 7 sacks and had been hot lately. Denver's D-line doesn't offer much IDP intrigue with Wolfe down.

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Broncos DE Derek Wolfe suffered a "really bad sprain" in his right ankle in Saturday's practice, according to ESPN's Josina Anderson. The injury also reportedly included a ligament tear. Wolfe still said it wasn't as bad as initially feared at that he hopes to be back to 100% by Week 1. We'll see if he gets there. At the least, it's another blow to a defense that will miss OLB Shane Ray into the regular season and lost DE Billy Winn to an ACL tear.

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Broncos DE Derek Wolfe (neck) is active for tonight's game against the Chiefs. He's fine to use as you normally would in your IDP league.

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Broncos DE Derek Wolfe left Sunday's game early with a neck injury and did not return. We'll see what his outlook is for next Sunday night's game at Kansas City.

Broncos DE Derek Wolfe suffered a hairline fracture in his right elbow in Sunday night's loss to the Raiders and will miss "some time," according to Denver7's Troy Renck. It's obviously not yet clear just how long Wolfe will be out, but he's OK to drop for immediate help in most IDP leagues. Wolfe has enjoyed a good season to date, but that includes a replaceable 4.5 sacks through 8 games. Denver gets a bye after the Week 10 trip to New Orleans. It would be nice if fantasy owners could get Wolfe back at any point during an upside post-bye stretch that finds Kansas City, Jacksonville and Tennessee in consecutive weeks. If you can stash him down the bench in a deeper IDP league, that wouldn't be a bad move. DE Billy Winn is expected to start while Wolfe is out.

Broncos DE Derek Wolfe left Sunday night's game against the Raiders with an elbow injury. He rode the cart to the locker room but was deemed just questionable to return. We'll keep an eye on the severity of the issue.

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