Denver Broncos DE Derek Wolfe told Phillip Rivers he was going to eat his kids, which seems excessive

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Denver Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe (95) celebrates a sack of Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (1) in during third quarter action in Super Bowl 50 at Santa Clara, Calif. July 2, 2016 (Trevor Brown, Jr./ Denver Broncos)

Let's hope Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe was just kidding.  (Trevor Brown Jr./ Denver Broncos)

Denver Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe and San Diego Chargers quarterback Phillip Rivers don’t seem to be the best of friends.

Following Denver’s 27-19 win over San Diego on Sunday, Altitude TV’s Vic Lombardi interviewed Wolfe about Rivers and got an, ummm, interesting response.

Rivers, who has eight children with his wife Tiffany, spent a good portion of the afternoon Sunday engaged in trash talk with various members of the Broncos’ defense.

Football certainly forces a lot of emotions to bubble to the surface. But this seemed to be a little much.

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