OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — The Baltimore Ravens have reached agreement on a one-year contract with defensive tackle Derek Wolfe, ending his eight-year run with the Denver Broncos.

Wolfe had seven sacks in 12 games last season before going on injured reserve with a dislocated elbow.

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The 6-foot-5, 285-pound Wolfe fills the void left by the unexpected departure last week of free agent Michael Brockers, who initially agreed to a three-year deal with Baltimore.

The sides couldn’t finalize the contract, however, and Brockers ended up going back to the Los Angeles Rams.

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Wolfe joins Brandon Williams and newcomer Calais Campbell on Baltimore’s revamped defensive line.

When healthy, Wolfe has been an effective run-stopper. He has 299 career tackles and 33 sacks but has played all 16 games in only three of his eight seasons.

Wolfe, 30, came to the Broncos as a second-round pick in the 2012 draft.

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