ENGLEWOOD, Colo. Clearance Nike Zoom Shoes . -- Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe was alert and recovering at a Denver hospital Saturday after suffering seizure-like symptoms when the teams bus pulled into the airport Friday afternoon for the flight to Kansas City. Wolfe wont play in Sundays showdown against the Chiefs. Team doctors began treating Wolfe on the bus, then summoned an ambulance to take him to a hospital, where the second-year pro from the University of Cincinnati underwent a battery of tests Friday night and Saturday. It was determined that Wolfe didnt suffer a stroke or a full-blown seizure, but the Broncos didnt specify the exact cause of his symptoms, saying only that he was doing better Saturday evening and that he was alert and communicating with others Its not known when Wolfe will be released from the hospital or when hell be cleared to resume football. He was fine at Fridays practice and in the locker room afterward. It was only when the bus was pulling into the airport about 90 minutes later that he fell mysteriously ill. One of the Broncos athletic trainers stayed behind with him in Denver. Wolfe is the second Broncos defensive starter who has needed emergency medical attention in the last two weeks. On Nov. 18, safety Rahim Moore underwent surgery to staunch bleeding in the muscle sheath in his lower left leg, a condition known as lateral compartment syndrome that can cost patients a limb or even their life. It announced itself the night before when he was unable to accelerate on a run by Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles in the first half of Denvers game against Kansas City. Wolfe has had a tough second season in the NFL. He was whisked from the field in an ambulance in a preseason game at Seattle after a hit to his head and neck, the feeling to his extremities coming back after a few minutes. He then missed more than a week of practice. In September, he had a bout of food poisoning that led to problems keeping his weight up. Another defensive starter, tackle Kevin Vickerson, went on injured reserve last week after dislocating his right hip Sunday night in Denvers 34-31 overtime loss at New England, leaving the Broncos thin in their rotation of run-stuffers to face Charles in the rematch with their AFC West rivals. On Nov. 4, coach John Fox underwent aortic valve replacement surgery to fix a genetic defect he had hoped to put off until after the Super Bowl. Those plans changed when he fell ill on a golf course in North Carolina during the Broncos bye week. Defensive co-ordinator Jack Del Rio has coached the team in his place, going 2-1. Fox has been cleared by his doctors to return to work on Monday, although it hasnt been determined whether hell coach from the sideline or the booth when the Broncos host Tennessee on Dec. 8. 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The starting pitchers for both teams were strong out of the gate, keeping the game scoreless through three and one-half innings. Alex Caldera, who started on the mound for Sioux City, earned the win as he kept the Goldeyes off the scoreboard through his six innings of work, only giving up two hits. "Yeah he pitched really well," said Goldeyes Pitching Coach Jamie Vermilyea on the Jewel 101 post-game show. "His fast ball was working and he took it to us." Matt Jackson, the Goldeyes starter, was able to sit down nine Explorers batters in order in the first three innings. He was charged with the loss though as he gave up the Explorers first four runs. "He kept us in this game," Vermilyea said about Jackson. "He unfortunately just got ambushed by Barrows." The Explorers Peter Barrows broke the two teams deadlock with a two-out two-run home run in the bottom of the fourth. "Weve been hurting a lot on two out hits on this road trip," added Vermilyea. The home team then doubled their score in the sixth as they brought two more around to score on two hits. Wholesale Nike Zoom. They added three more runs in the seventh, and then one more in the eighth. The Xs were paced by shortstop Tommy Mendonca who had two hits, and drove in four runs. "We just couldnt keep them off the scoreboard," said Vermilyea. The Goldeyes batters were unable to solve the Sioux City pitchers, as they only mustered four hits and were struck out eight times. Reggie Abercrombie was one of the Goldeyes batters who got a hit, and with the single, Abercrombie extended his season high hitting streak to 13 games. The Goldeyes and Explorers will play game three of their four-game series on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. Winnipeg will send Ethan Hollingsworth (6-0) to the mound to face Sioux Citys John Straka (6-4). "We need to throw some zeros, it starts with the guys on the mound. If we can put up some zeros on the board and get some timely hitting then we stand a chance," said Vermilyea of tomorrows game. The two teams will then wrap up their series on Wednesday before the Goldeyes return home to face the Wichita Wingnuts in a series that starts Thursday. ' ' '