Two months ago, Derek Wolfe and the Denver Broncos won Super Bowl 50 against the Carolina Panthers by a score of 24-10 at Levi's Stadium.
In Peyton Manning's final ever NFL game, it was Wolfe and the Broncos defense that were the top performers on the day, with Von Miller picking up the Super Bowl MVP award.
In 2015, Wolfe did his bit to help the Broncos become Super Bowl champions, having a total of 49 tackles and 5.5 sacks across 12 games. These performances were enough to convince the AFC West side to offer the defensive end a four-year, $36.75 million contract extension in January, which he accepted and signed.
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According to their report: "Wolfe's massive body is shielding the action when the fight starts, but witnesses say a guy was talking trash to Wolfe and his friends. When the pushing and shoving starts some much smaller people feebly try holding back Derek."
The article continued to say: "Wolfe definitely swung HARD into the scrum, but it's unclear if he connected with anyone. Witnesses tell us Derek got hit in the face with a glass bottle, and left the club bloodied. Police were not called to the club."
As the police weren't called, no one was arrested, but expect either the Broncos or/and the NFL to investigate this incident further due to the fact there is clear video evidence of the defensive end throwing punches. TMZ Sports also said they reached out to Wolfe's agent for a comment but they are yet to respond.
Wolfe isn't the only player to reportedly be involved in a bar fight this offseason, as Buffalo Bills' LeSean McCoy was reportedly involved in a bar fight back in February, but this week a judge decided there wasn't enough evidence to charge the running back.
This hasn't ruled out McCoy from facing discipline from the NFL under the personal conduct policy, something which Wolfe could face too. If found guilty, the defensive end could find himself suspended for the first couple of games of what would be his fifth season in the NFL.