Denver Report: Ex-Broncos DE Derek Wolfe, Ravens Agree to 1-Year, $6M Contract

Denver Justin Casterline/Getty ImagesDefensive end Derek Wolfe agreed with the Baltimore Ravens on a one-year, $6 million deal Saturday, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Adam Schefter @AdamSchefterFormer Broncos’ DE Derek Wolfe reached agreement on an 1-year deal worth up to $6 million with the Baltimore Ravens, per source.The longtime Denver Bronco recorded 34 total tackles, one forced fumble and a career-high seven sacks in 2019.Wolfe’s deal comes one day after a reported agreement between the Ravens and Michael Brockers fell through. The 29-year-old lineman agreed to a three-year, $30 million contract with Baltimore, but worries over a high-ankle sprain suffered at the end of last season doomed the deal. Brockers re-signed with the Los Angeles Rams for three years and $31.5 million hours later.After the Ravens missed out on landing Ndamukong Suh—who re-signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers—Baltimore turned its sights to Wolfe. Ian Rapoport @RapSheetDerek Wolfe gets a 1-year, $3M fully guaranteed deal with $3M more available in incentives — picking the #Ravens over the #Texans as his landing spot. Cincinnati alum is entering his age-30 season and has played in 11 games in each of his eight seasons. Most importantly for the Ravens, he provides defensive line depth and veteran experience. Wolfe was on the Broncos team that won Super Bowl 50, in 2015. That season, he recorded 49 tackles and 5.5 sacks, and another 15 tackles and 2.5 sacks during the team’s playoff run. Troy Renck @TroyRenck#Ravens DE @Derek_Wolfe95 on leaving #Broncos, “Denver is always going to be home. This is where I am going to raise my family. My wife loved living here. I will always be a part of the Broncos one way or the other. I have no hard feelings. I get it.” Loved covering him. #Denver7’ll join a strong list of Ravens newcomers, including defensive end Calais Campbell, as Baltimore’s title chances were convincing enough for Wolfe to leave the Mile High City. Reported deals via’s free-agency tracker.

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