Wolfe and the Broncos will host the Patriots in Sunday's AFC Championship Game, and this past week has featured a war of words between the longtime rivals.
"I hate everything about them," Wolfe told the Post. "They're always in my way. They're always in my way to get what I want."
Wolfe has spent his entire four-year career with Denver and has faced the Patriots five times, including the 2013 AFC title game.
"I've got a ton of respect for the whole organization," he said. "They've got great players. Tom Brady's a great player. Bill Belichick's a great coach. I've got a ton of respect for them. I just hate them."
Smith told reporters that it "would be an accurate statement" to call Brady a crybaby while Harris said the best way to defend Rob Gronkowski is to "hit him in his knees," prompting a response on Twitter from the Patriots' star tight end.