Wolfe has been even better so far than Denver hoped when they drafted him early in the second round in April (much to the chagrin of many draft "experts" and DWFs who couldn't understand why he was taken so early). He's going to start at end and also play some tackle. I expect Derek to be among the league leaders in tackles among linemen right from the get-go in his rookie year, and he should also make a fair number of big plays (sacks, forced fumbles, tackles for loss, etc.) Denver opens up the season against Pittsburgh, which is a great matchup given it will be the Crawfords' ballyhooed defense against Peyton Manning in his first regular season game since 2010. Watch for Wolfe to make his presence felt against the Crawfords' woeful offensive line. He's country strong and, yes, he has a "non-stop motor" to go with it.