Derek Wolfe left Saturday's practice early after suffering an ankle injury, but Head Coach Vance Joseph later said the injury did not initally appear "that bad".
"Great news, man", Talib said. "I was praying as soon it happened that it was just a sprain or something like that and nothing serious".
The sixth-year defensive end was carted off the field after he got tangled up with right tackle Menelik Watson on the second snap of team drills. "Hopefully it's nothing serious and it's just a sprain". Last season, Wolfe tallied 5.5 sacks in 14 games, and his relentless pass rush was instrumental in the Broncos' vaunted defense.
Added Harris: "Good. We've got to be able to stop the run".
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Wolfe later took to Twitter to express his relief the injury wasn't as serious as it initially appeared when trainers helped him into the Broncos' complex as he couldn't put weight on his right leg.
The Broncos have wrestled with some high-profile injuries so far in camp;running back Devontae Booker (left wrist) and linebacker Shane Ray (left wrist) will miss the entire preseason.
The Broncos are already strapped for defensive line depth after losing reserve Billy Winn to a torn ACL on Thursday night in their preseason opener against the Chicago Bears. If they're going to overcome their shaky-at-best quarterback situation, they'll need their defense to continue to be the dominant unit it has been for the past two seasons. Wolfe suggested he hadn't spoken up enough last season when the Broncos missed the playoffs a year after winning the Super Bowl.