Former Denver Broncos defensive player Derek Wolfe hunted down and killed a 200-pound, 8.5-foot mountain lion that was terrorizing a community in Colorado with a bow and arrow. In a rural community, Wolfe reported the large animal had been “wreaking havoc” and had killed two dogs. Wolfe asserted that he had received a call from a good buddy, and he was happy to provide his help. “My dear friend called me, and it was interesting. and he called me to tell me, “Hey, a cat is up here.” Do you wish to assist? I responded, “Sure, let’s go.” “On “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on January 23, he provided an explanation.
We walk up there, and the first thing we notice is a full-grown mule deer that he had dragged across the street, directly in front of someone’s house, the man said. These tracks led us to a porch where we entered. It was above this woman’s porch and even residing beneath her porch. The landowner told us that their house cats were acting strangely and they were not of why when we spoke with her. You see, according to claims from Fox News, “you have a full-grown, 200-pound, 8 1/2-foot mountain lion strolling around across your front yard.”
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Wolfe informed Tucker Carlson that he pursued the animal with hunting dogs and killed it at a height of 9,600 feet. “I’ve gone through some grueling training camps, brother, but this hunt really banged me up. I’ve been slashed and scraped. I had cramps all over my body. I barely made it there. When we finally arrived at the cat, it was at a height of 9,600 feet. You’re sucking in that much air.” “I was able to make a nice shot, an ethical shot, and harvest the cat and get him out of there while following all of the rules. This was entirely lawful. [Colorado Parks and Wildlife] CPW came down and examined the cat. And I took the meat and got it for myself.”I’m going to eat that cat,” according to The New York Post.
The Super Bowl 50 champion acknowledged that the slaughter drew some criticism, but maintained that it was a “legitimate hunt.” “I can’t believe what’s going on,” Wolfe exclaimed. “Doing something lawful, by the book, they’ve got 200 calls to Colorado Parks & Wildlife attempting to turn me in like I did something wrong. Nothing went wrong. Nothing is illegal.”
Wolfe played with the Broncos from 2012 to 2019 and the Ravens in 2020. He presently broadcasts a sports talk show on Denver’s 104.3 The Fan.
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