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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Three-time Pro Bowl defensive end Elvis Dumervil says he left the Denver Broncos for the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens because he was looking to play for a winner in a different city.
Dumervil passed his physical and signed a five-year contract with the Ravens on Tuesday. The 6-foot, 260-pounder was introduced at a news conference in which he said, “Going to a winning organization was important.”
He had said nothing bad about his former team. It’s just that he was ready to leave after a fax snafu led to his release from the Broncos.
Dumervil says, “I just felt it was a time to change scenery.”
The Ravens welcomed him after an offseason in which they lost free agents Ed Reed, Paul Kruger, Dannell Ellerbe and Cary Williams.
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Elvis Dumervil has agreed to a five-year, $35 million contract with the Ravens nine days after the Broncos released the linebacker because a fax, agreeing to Denver’s proposed pay cut, sent by Dumervil’s now-former agent arrived at the league’s office minutes too late for the waiver wire deadline on March 15.
Dumervil will get $8.5 million in 2013, which is $500,000 more than...
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The Denver Broncos are in need of a pass-rushing partner for Von Miller amid reports Elvis Dumervil has decided to play for the Baltimore Ravens.
Broncos football operations chief John Elway issued a statement Sunday saying the Broncos ''worked diligently over the last week'' to re-sign Dumervil but ''are now moving forward without him.''
The Ravens needed a pass rusher. They got their man Sunday afternoon.
The team announced that they have agreed in principle with former Bronco Elvis Dumervil.
Dumervil is a three-time Pro Bowler with 63.5 career sacks since entering the league in 2006. The Ravens’ new pass rusher will play opposite of Terrell Suggs.
The terms of his contract, according to reports, are five years...
Baltimore Ravens fans have watched their Super Bowl champion defense basically fall apart over the offseason. Ray Lewis has retired and Ed Reed, Paul Kruger, Dannell Ellerbe, and Cary Williams have all left via free agency. That means Baltimore will have an entirely new look on defense, but fans will be happy to know that the makeover now includes the addition of Elvis Dumervil....
Elvis Dumervil has agreed to a multiyear contract with the Baltimore Ravens, a league source confirmed to ESPN national football league Insider Adam Schefter., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/dumervil-agrees-to-deal-to-join-champ-ravens
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