Derek Wolfe sidelined by too many crab legs

Derek Wolfe liked the opening night training camp fare in the Denver Broncos' cafeteria so much, he liked it way too much. “I don't eat seafood a lot,'' Wolfe said. “I saw all those crab legs and I was like, “Oh I'll just as many as I can.

ENGLEWOOD—Derek Wolfe liked the opening night training camp fare in the Denver Broncos' cafeteria so much, he liked it way too much. “I don't eat seafood a lot,'' Wolfe said. “I saw all those crab legs and I was like, “Oh I'll just as many as I can.

Per Mike Klis of 9News, the stomach issue that temporarily sidelined Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe on the first day of training camp was caused by the team's Wednesday night dinner menu — a collection of luxury surf-and-turf delicacies (and lasagna).

Derek Wolfe missed Broncos practice after eating too many crab legs

When the Broncos opened training camp on Thursday morning, sixth-year defensive end Derek Wolfe was absent. Coach Vance Joseph said Wolfe sat out practice with a stomach sickness. Wolfe returned for the team's afternoon walkthrough and explained

Denver Broncos defensive end and Beaver Local High School graduate Derek Wolfe takes part in drills at NFL football training camp Friday in Englewood, Colo. The Broncos open the preseason at 8 p.m. on Aug. 10 against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field.

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