|Feb. 28 12:16 PM PT1:16 PM MT2:16 PM CT3:16 PM ET20:16 GMT4:16 AM 北京时间1:16 PM MST3:16 PM EST2:16 PM CT0:16 UAE (+1)15:16 ET19:16 - Wolfe says he's finally healthy after suffering a seizure in November that doctors now believe was related to the spinal cord injury he suffered in the preseason.
Analysis: In an interview outside his home with Denver television stations KCNC and KMGH this week, the Broncos' defensive lineman said he's back up to 280 pounds, having regained 20 of the 30 pounds he lost last season, and will resume training next week.
|Nov. 30 9:12 AM PT10:12 AM MT11:12 AM CT12:12 PM ET17:12 GMT1:12 AM 北京时间10:12 AM MST12:12 PM EST11:12 AM CT21:12 UAE12:12 ET15:12 - Wolfe has been ruled out of Denver's game at Kansas City with a mysterious illness after getting sick on the team's bus ride to the airport Friday.
Analysis: Wolfe was transported to a Denver hospital by ambulance. The Broncos said Saturday that the defensive end was "continuing to be evaluated by doctors to determine the cause of his symptoms."
|Nov. 30 2:55 PM PT3:55 PM MT4:55 PM CT5:55 PM ET22:55 GMT6:55 AM 北京时间3:55 PM MST5:55 PM EST4:55 PM CT2:55 UAE (+1)17:55 ET20:55 - Wolfe was alert and recovering at a Denver hospital Saturday after suffering seizure-like symptoms when the team's bus pulled into the airport Friday afternoon for the flight to Kansas City.
Analysis: It was determined that Wolfe didn't suffer a stroke or a full-blown seizure, but the Broncos didn't specify the exact cause of his symptoms, saying only that he was doing better Saturday evening and that he was alert and communicating with others. It's not known when Wolfe will be released from the hospital or when he'll be cleared to resume football.
|Aug. 27 2:03 PM PT3:03 PM MT4:03 PM CT5:03 PM ET21:03 GMT5:03 AM 北京时间2:03 PM MST4:03 PM EST4:03 PM CT1:03 UAE (+1)17:03 ET20:03 - Wolfe practiced with the Denver Broncos on Tuesday for the first time since his arms and legs went numb following a frightening hit in a preseason game at Seattle 10 days earlier. The second-year defensive end said he won't play in the Broncos' preseason finale Thursday night. Barring a setback, he plans to be in the lineup when Denver opens the regular season Sept. 5 against Baltimore.
Analysis: Showing his neck was fine, Wolfe swiveled his head from side to side on the podium. That was a far cry from the night he was strapped to a backboard and taken off the field in an ambulance amid fears he had a cervical spine injury that would keep him off the football field and maybe off his feet forever.
|Aug. 22 12:06 PM PT1:06 PM MT2:06 PM CT3:06 PM ET19:06 GMT3:06 AM 北京时间12:06 PM MST2:06 PM EST2:06 PM CT23:06 UAE15:06 ET18:06 - Wolfe put in a full upper body workout in the weight room on Thursday, then the Denver Broncos defensive lineman thanked his teammates and fans for their prayers and well wishes after he was taken via ambulance from CenturyLink Field in Seattle last weekend
Analysis: Wolfe said he hopes to be back in the lineup by Denver's Sept. 5 opener against Baltimore, less than three weeks after fears that he had suffered a cervical spine injury. Wolfe said he holds no grudge against Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson, who slammed into him after he'd been cut by Seattle's Luke Wilson on a running play. Wolfe's head and neck were compressed by the hit and he lay on the turf for a couple of minutes before being taken to the hospital.
|Aug. 18 11:31 AM PT12:31 PM MT1:31 PM CT2:31 PM ET18:31 GMT2:31 AM 北京时间11:31 AM MST1:31 PM EST1:31 PM CT22:31 UAE14:31 ET17:31 - Wolfe says he'll be back on the football field soon. The Denver Broncos hope fellow starters Champ Bailey, Wes Welker, Louis Vasquez and Stewart Bradley will be there with him. All of them were hurt in Denver's 40-10 preseason loss at Seattle on Saturday night.
Analysis: Wolfe accompanied his teammates on their flight home after being whisked from the field in an ambulance after a scary scene in which he lay prone on the field for a few minutes following a hit to his head. Medical staff strapped him to a backboard and sent him to a hospital for evaluation of a possible cervical spine injury. X-rays, CT scans and MRIs were all negative, however.
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