Originally posted on BroncoTalk  |  Last updated 3/18/13
(Getty Images) Since firing his former agent, Elvis Dumervil has shown a desire to return to Denver.  But the possibility of that happening seems to be fading. Dumervil’s new agent, Tom Condon, teamed up with John Elway and approached the NFL, asking them to honor the contract restructure that Dumervil had agreed to but did not come to pass thanks to a fax machine blunder.  Unfortunately, the league rejected the contract, keeping Dumervil a free agent. With the league unwilling to honor the deal the team had agreed to with Dumervil, it appears unlikely that the team will continue pursuing Dumervil.  As alternative options, the team is expected to consider free agent defensive ends John Abraham, Dwight Freeney, and Osi Umenyiora, per the Denver Post. More notes and links after the jump. After winning the Super Bowl, the Baltimore Ravens are due to host the 2013 NFL season opener, per tradition.  But thanks to a parking lot conflict with the MLB, the Ravens may have to open the season on the road.  This is where we remind the league that Baltimore is scheduled to play in Denver this season. Broncos defenders Champ Bailey and Von Miller are visiting U.S. Troops in the Middle East. According to ESPN, the Broncos have $8.44 million remaining in cap room, a little over $1 million more than what we had expected. In guard Louis Vasquez, the Broncos may have secured one of the top free agency steals of the offseason. It’s unlikely that he’ll return to Denver, but the original Slot Machine, Brandon Stokley, still wants to play in 2013. Coach John Fox says Dumervil is “in the mix” to fill Denver’s need at defensive end.
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