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Maybe Elvis Dumervil isn’t headed out of Denver after all.
The Broncos and Dumervil’s agent, Marty Magid, starting talking again on Tuesday, according to the Denver Post‘s Mike Klis.
Magid sent back a proposal Tuesday that lowered his client’s asking price from $12 million in 2013, but then added that reduction onto his contract in the form of guarantees for the 2014 and...
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Between now and Saturday the 16th, something is going to happen with Elvis Dumervil. The Denver Broncos have several options.
On Saturday, Dumervil’s $12 million 2013 base salary will become fully guaranteed, and Denver has no intention of paying that much for his services. The Broncos want Dumervil to take a pay cut and are threatening to cut him...
We knew something would happen on the Elvis Dumervil front between now and Saturday, when his $12 million salary becomes guaranteed. According to his agent, Dumervil would like to be released before the start of free agency:
Magid submitted a counterproposal, but it was more about a restructure than pay reduction. Given the considerable difference in opinion on Dumervil’s value...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Denver Broncos’ linebacker Elvis Dumervil is now willing to take a pay cut.
Source: Elvis Dumervil is now willing to take a pay cut. His side has exchanged a proposal with the Broncos, hasn’t heard back since 4
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 12, 2013
At one point it looked like Elvis was about to leave the building, but now there’s...
With the NFL draft looming, and free agency market set to open in just a few days, the Broncos biggest question mark is what to do with All-Pro DE Elvis Dumervil. The holdup here, like always, is money. Dumervil is set to make a $12 millions this season, all of it guaranteed. The question is not whether or not he is worth the price.
With 9/12 sacks in 2011, and 11 sacks...
According to the Denver Post, Elvis Dumervil’s agent Marty Magid sent a restructuring proposal to the Denver Broncos on Friday and hasn’t heard from them since.
“Elvis has been working out, he’s healthy, he feels great,” Magid said. “He wants to stay with the Broncos. Right now, we’re waiting to hear back from them.”
There’s the chance the Broncos haven’t gotten...
According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, Elvis Dumervil has asked the Broncos to release him before 4 PM on Tuesday, since that’s when the new league begins.
Broncos’ chief contract negotiator Mike Sullivan and Dumervil’s agent Marty Magid talked Monday for the first time in 72 hours.
They got no closer to a resolution. Dumervil has rejected the Broncos’ proposed cut from...
The agent for Broncos DE Elvis Dumervil mentioned that he’s asked the team to release his client before the start of free agency on Tuesday.
“We’re at an impasse,” said Marty Magid, via the Denver Post. ”But if we can’t reach common ground and you know as an organization that you’re going to release him, then we’d like for them to release him by (2) p.m. tomorrow...
In a move that might not happen until this weekend, Denver Broncos defensive end Elvis Dumervil has asked the team for his release. The Broncos and Dumervil’s agent have been trying to work out a new deal as the team asked the pass rusher to take a pay cut. Dumervil’s agent told reporters last week that they would be willing to renegotiate his current contract, but not to take...
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With Elvis Dumervil and his $12 million salary likely headed out of Denver, the Broncos are currently shopping for a replacement at defensive end.
It is widely expected that Dwight Freeney will land with the team, while Osi Umenyiora provides another option. The team was also reportedly interested in Paul Kruger, who eventually landed in Cleveland...
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With Elvis Dumervil and the Broncos currently in a contract dispute, we figured the team would lean on Jason Hunter in 2013 if Dumervil left.
Uh, about that.
Turns out that Hunter, a free agent, has signed with the divisional rival Oakland Raiders. Had he stayed in Denver, Hunter likely would have been a rotational rusher this season.