Denver defensive end Derek Wolfe was placed on a backboard and taken away in an ambulance after injuring his neck the first quarter of a preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday.
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Wolfe was hurt with 9 minutes left in the quarter and on Seattle’s first offensive drive. He was hurt being blocked on a running play in which Seattle’s Robert Turbin gained 8 yards. The Broncos said Wolfe was being evaluated for a cervical spine injury and had movement in all of his extremities.
Denver coach John Fox said after the Broncos’ 40-10 loss to Seattle that a CT scan revealed no broken bones and the team was awaiting results of an MRI.
Wolfe was expected to travel back to Denver on the charter flight.