Derek Wolfe is clearly a savage on and off the field.
During his playing days, the former Denver Bronco says he got back on the field two weeks after being temporarily paralyzed. A few months ago, he killed a mountain lion with a bow and arrow.
But now, he’s revealing one of his secrets that led to a Super Bowl championship and a nine-year career.
“Before games, I was taking microdoses. . . . I’m f—ing taking mushrooms and Aderall before I play,” he said on Joe Rogan’s podcast.
The mixture put Wolfe into an “out of control” focus, but he had one more trick up his own sleeve that helped him become a wrecking ball on the gridiron.
“Dude, the f—ing focus is out of control. I would just, like, before games, I would get myself pissed off – so I just would start thinking about my childhood, all the s–t I went through as a kid. And it would f—ing get me into this rage mode. It was like this crazy controlled rage,” he continued.
“So Aderall, mushrooms and childhood rage altogether in a 280-pound savage,” Rogan replied with a laugh.
Wolfe admitted that the concoctions produced some pretty crazy word vomit, as well.
“Just, f—ing, such a meathead. Saying wild, crazy s–t to quarterbacks. I told a guy I was going to f—ing eat his kids. It was crazy. . . .
“That’s what you do, man. It’s a head game. I’m trying to get in his head.”
Wolfe started 116 of his 122 games, racking up 34.0 sacks and 81 quarterback hits, totaling 350 tackles in his career.
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