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Elvis Dumervil found a team that wanted him, and most importantly, really needed him. Adam Schefter is reporting that Dumervil and the Baltimore Ravens have reached agreement on a deal.
Ravens and former Broncos DE Elvis Dumervil reached agreement, as Denver Post reported.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 24, 2013
Dumervil will bring his 63 career sacks to Baltimore who have been shut out during the free agency period. The Broncos will now focus on John Abraham.
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According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, the Baltimore Ravens have agreed to a multi-year contract with free agent linebacker Elvis Dumervil.
Dumervil’s contract is for five years and is worth up to $35 million with $8.5 million coming in 2013. His contract will also pay him a total of $12 million guaranteed.
This is a huge signing for the Ravens. Dumervil is an instant...
Defensive end Elvis Dumervil spurned the Denver Broncos and
accepted a five-year offer to join the Baltimore Ravens, the team has
The #Ravens have agreed in principle to a five-year deal with Elvis Dumervil.
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) March 24, 2013
Dumervil’s contract is worth up to $35 million, according to
Adam Schefter of ESPN. He receives a $1 million...
So, the first ball in the crowded big name DE market has dropped. Elvis Dumervil has signed with the Baltimore Ravens.
After agreeing to a restructured deal to keep the Denver Broncos under the cap, Dumervil's agent failed to submit the fax on time, forcing the Broncos to release him. This left Denver with about $4.87 million in dead money and cost Dumervil more than that....
Elvis Dumervil never should have hit the free agent market, but that's exactly what happened due to a faxing error on his agent's part. Despite the mishap, the Broncos still put in an offer that would have kept Dumervil in Denver, but it seems it wasn't enough.
Mike Klis of the Denver Post reports that Dumervil has agreed to terms with the Baltimore Ravens. The news...
Breaking News - After the huge snafu by Elvis Dumervil’s agent earlier in the week, failing to fax in a confirmation of a contract with the Denver Broncos, it looked like Elvis had left the building. Today he truly has, agreeing to a reported five-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens.
NFL Impact - After losing six defensive starters to either retirement or free agency, the Ravens...
Baltimore took a big step toward rebuilding its once-vaunted defense on Sunday, agreeing to terms with free-agent defensive end Elvis Dumervil.
The deal, first reported by The Denver Post’s Mike Klis, will make Dumervil a Raven for five years.
Dumervil was one of the NFL’s most dominant pass rushers throughout his six-year tenure with the Broncos, totaling 63 1/2 sacks and 16...
Newly acquired Pro Bowl pass rusher Elvis Dumervil will take his physical today with the Baltimore Ravens to make his five year deal with Baltimore official. Dumervil and Terrell Suggs will now be one of the most feared pass rushing combinations in the NFL.
Dumervil, already one of the most feared pass rushers in the game, is joining a Ravens defense that lost Paul Kruger this offseason...
The strange case of Elvis Dumervil ended with him signing with the Baltimore Ravens.
The Baltimore Ravens to a man are ecstatic about the addition of Elvis Dumervil. You can add the most dominant personality left on the roster to the list of players who are excited.
Suggs couldn’t be happier, and feels with him and Dumervil on opposite sides of the line, there won’t be a pass rush duo like them in the league.
Suggs told the Baltimore Sun, Dumervil is the most...
Season 3, Episode 87 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I talk about Baltimore Ravens signing of outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil to help ease the loss of Paul Kruger. Was this a solid move? In addition to that, former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison no longer appears to be on the Ravens radar now that they have signed the former Bronco. What...
The Baltimore Ravens took an improbable route to the Super Bowl in January before defeating the San Francisco 49ers to claim the Lombardi Trophy, but that accomplishment hasn't pushed them any closer to being the AFC's darling team in 2013. The Broncos and the Patriots remain as the top teams in the conference, and that's the way they'll likely stay for the foreseeable...
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison is open to returning to the team that released him just before the new league year.
Harrison was reportedly in Baltimore for a scheduled visit with Baltimore Ravens on Sunday when the team reached an agreement with former Denver Broncos linebacker Elvis Dumervil. With Dumervil now in the fold...
With quarterback Carson Palmer “highly unlikely” to accept a
pay cut from the Oakland Raiders – according to Adam Schefter of ESPN – it looks
more likely that the team will elect to part ways with the veteran. If that
happens, the Arizona Cardinals could be one of the teams to express interest in
Palmer, according to Pro Football Talk.
Interesting: now "highly unlikely...