The Broncos saw what they were looking for in Derek Wolfe Tuesday. Wolfe said that, when he play, he won’t play any differently. “Not me,” Wolfe said. Wolfe is expected to play even a little higher percentage of snaps this time around if things go the way the Broncos hope they will. As in the versatile defensive lineman was back in practice and on track to play in the regular-season opener Sept. 5 against the Ravens. Wolfe was sidelined since Aug. Broncos trainer Steve "Greek" Antonopulos pushed Wolfe through treatment and rehab several hours a day in the trainer's room. But the Broncos' decision to place J.D. The left cornerback is trying to hurry along his recovery so he can play in the opener Sept. 5.