Ravens’ Derek Wolf undergoes second hip surgery: Veteran DE says he ‘wants to try to live a normal life’

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A hip injury has sidelined Derek Wolf for the entire 2021 season, and that injury will keep him out for some time in 2022.

“We are trying to recover and live a normal life here.” Wolf said On Instagram, via ESPN’s Jameson Hensley.

His wife Abigail later clarified on Instagram (h / t Baltimore Sun.Wolf’s recent surgery was on his left hip, while his first surgery, in January, was on his right hip.

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Wolf was one of the few Ravens players to miss the 2021 season due to injury. He was injured during a joint training camp exercise with the Carolina Panthers. Ravens coach John Harbaugh announced last November that Wolf’s injury would prevent him from playing in 2021. Without Wolf and many other expected starts, the Ravens went 8-9 and missed the playoffs after losing their last six games of the campaign.

Wolf, 32, initially appeared in the air about his NFL future before tweeting in March that He fully intended To play in 2022. Harbaugh Expressed hope This off-season, Wolf will be back next season.

An Ohio native who played collectively in Cincinnati, Wolf was the 36th overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. He spent his first eight seasons with the Broncos, where he made his debut in each of his 108 regular season games. He won 5.5 regular season and 2.5 post-season sacks in 2015 and helped Denver win the Super Bowl title. Wolfe made a career-high seven sacks during his final season in Denver before signing with the Ravens during the 2020 off-season.

The Ravens recently increased their defensive line. By re-signing Brent Urban, who spent time with three other teams after joining the NFL with Baltimore in 2014. Baltimore also resigned from fellow defender Michael Pierce, who spent the 2020 season with the Vikings earlier this season.