Derek Wolfe, Rahim Moore out as Broncos practice for Chargers in cold
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jan 6, 2014
The Derek Wolfe and Rahim Moore watch is still on. The Broncos held defensive end Derek Wolfe out of practice last week with hopes that he’d return to work after the time off that came with being the top seed in the AFC. Safety Rahim Moore, who is eligible to come off injured reserve/return and play this weeke, also did not practice for the Broncos. Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com reports Wolfe did not participate in the session, leaving it unclear whether he’ll be able to return this weekend or at any other point this season. Wolfe has not played since suffering seizure-like symptoms on the team bus to the airport ahead of the team’s December 1 game in Kansas City, although he did practice in a limited basis before the end of the regular season. Moore, too, was nowhere to be found; after being placed on injured reserve designated to return in November, he was eligible to practice last week but has not done so. Temperatures hovered around 20 degrees during practice, far colder than it's forecasted to be for the team's first playoff game, but Peyton Manning and his receivers looked plenty in sync during the media's viewing period.
The Broncos held defensive end Derek Wolfe out of practice last week with hopes that he’d return to work after the time off that came with being the top seed in the AFC. Those hopes were not realized on Monday, however. Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com reports …