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The Denver Broncos appear to be moving on without defensive end Elvis Dumervil as the team will meet with Dwight Freeney and John Abraham on Thursday, according to Mike Klis of The Denver Post.
Dumervil is expected to begin
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If not for a big mistake by the Denver Broncos and a fax machine, there wouldn’t even be a conversation about Elvis Dumervil being on the open market.
But, late Friday afternoon, a mistake happened and Dumervil went from being extended to becoming the best free agent pass rusher available. The dominating defensive end was scheduled to make $8 million dollars.
The Lions, after...
Somehow, through it all, the Denver Broncos and Elvis Dumervil are still on speaking terms.
The fax machine relationship clearly wasn’t working.
After a second denial by the NFL to reconsider the Broncos and Dumervil’s case, and after Dumervil fired his previous agent and hired Tom Condon, the team and their defensive end are still in talks, The Denver Post reports. Dumervil...
Mike Klis of the Denver Post reports that free agent DE Elvis Dumervil is considering offers from the Ravens and Broncos.
Klis mentions that the Broncos’ offer includes “slightly more money” than what Baltimore is offering.
The Dolphins and Titans are reportedly “talking” to Dumervil’s agent, but haven’t submitted formal offers yet.
The Broncos are expected to target...
WES IS MORE
Patriots owner Robert Kraft, still smarting over Wes Welker's departure to Denver, stated that the team made a better financial offer to keep the receiver.
New England new england patriots owner Robert Kraft was unusually revealing Monday in lamenting receiver Wes Welker's defection to the Denver Broncos, saying the team wanted the receiver back and placing the blame squarely on the shoulders of Welker's agents., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/pats-owner-blames-agents-for-welkers-exit
Like many NFL teams, the Patriots have been busy since free agency opened last Tuesday.
Their most talked-about acquisition is surely slot receiver Danny Amendola, who was brought basically to replace Wes Welker just hours after news surfaced that Welker had signed a two-year deal with Denver.
But the Pats’ moves didn’t stop there. New England soothed fans’ disappointment over...
This week is the NFL at its very finest, this ability to schedule what basically amounts to a board meeting and revel in insane amounts of free publicity.
Actual deals have been announced, possible deals dissected. And talk -- oh, has there been talk. Patriots owner Robert Kraft talked heartache after his Wes Welker breakup. Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones talked poverty with...
Free agency has entered its second wave, with things becoming extremely slow on the open market. Soon, the prices will begin to drop for a group of fairly talented players still lingering. Here are the top 20...
1. Sebastian Vollmer: The market hasn't evolved properly for right tackles.
2. Andre Smith: Vollmer and Smith will likely be signed right after one another.