Rookie defensive tackle Derek Wolfe and the Denver Broncos agreed to terms Monday on a four-year, $5.2 million contract. The deal included $3.2 million worth of guarantees for the team’s No. 36 overall pick in the second round from Cincinnati, the Denver Post reported. "It's a relief to get it done," Wolfe said. Wolfe was not on the field for the team’s workout Monday because classes are still in session at Cincinnati. Rules stipulate a player cannot participate until his college class graduates. He will be able to join the team for its June 12-14 minicamp.