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13 August 2017, 05:15 | Devin Moran
Broncos DL Billy Winn tears ACL done for season
The Broncos will practice twice with the 49ers this week in advance of their exhibition game on Saturday, so second-year end Adam Gotsis will move up and take Wolfe's workload with the front-line defenders.
Wolfe was a key player on the Broncos' Super Bowl 50 team as he was a force against the run and as an inside pass rusher.
Broncos fans can let out a sigh of relief after Wolfe was carted off the field Saturday morning with what was thought to be a "serious injury".
Wolfe was clearly distraught as he was getting carted off the field.
Winn, a sixth-year pro from Boise State, played in all 16 games last season in his first year in Denver.
Wolfe was unable to put any weight on his right side, and there were fears that he may be the latest Denver defensive lineman to suffer a season-ending type of injury. After a season marred by a painful elbow injury, Wolfe added bulk in the offseason, beefing up 20 pounds, he said. Winn's injury created a path for Shebly Harris to make the team.
Also sidelined are nose tackle Kyle Peko (foot) and outside linebackers Shane Ray (wrist) and Shaq Barrett (hip). He missed all of last season with a knee injury suffered in training camp last season while going against Russell Okung. If Wolfe is lost for significant time, the Broncos might have to find a veteran replacement.
Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson. Kerr and Crick are arguably the team's two best defensive ends behind Wolfe.
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