On Monday, Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that defensive end Derek Wolfe is expected to miss the rest of the season. This is also the sixth starting member of the Baltimore Ravens to be reimbursed for the season due to an injury.
Derek Wolfe is 31 years old. He was on the injury reserve list due to back and hip injuries at the beginning of the season, but was activated on 10.26. Derek Wolfe only participated in one training session and never appeared on the training ground again.
“Derek Wolfe can’t play in the current situation.” John Harbaugh said, “To be honest, I think Derek Wolfe will be absent for the rest of the season. It looks like this. I don’t have other details to disclose, and I don’t fully understand the situation. .”
Derek Wolfe has been in the league for 9 years and re-signed a three-year $12 million contract with Baltimore Ravens this off-season, including a $8.5 million guarantee. Justin Madubuike previously replaced him in the starter and has completed 16 tackles and 1 sack so far this season.