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The gaffe made by Elvis Dumervil‘s agent that resulted in the defensive end getting released by the Broncos could benefit the Patriots. New England has shown interest in Dumervil since he became a free agent, according to the Baltimore Sun. The Patriots will be battling with the Ravens, Steelers and Titans for Dumervil’s services. Denver was attempting to lower Dumervil’s 2013 salary from $12 million to $8 million, but the seven-year veteran’s now-former agent, Marty Magid, didn’t fax back a signed agreement in time. Dumervil fired Magid and hired Tom Condon, which could impact New England’s chances with the defensive end. Condon and the Patriots have done very little business since they had a disagreement over Ben Watson‘s rookie contract back in 2004. New England signed Brandon Lloyd, a Condon client, last offseason, but he was cut this week when the Patriots were set to owe the wide receiver a $3 million roster bonus. Dumervil had 11 sacks with the Broncos last season. In six NFL...
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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...
Former Denver Broncos pass rusher Elvis Dumervil was recently released by the team due to a technicality. Now a free agent, Dumervil
is garnering interest from several clubs, including the New England Patriots,
Baltimore Ravens and Tennessee Titans, according to Aaron Wilson of The
Wilson notes that the Ravens hope to meet with Dumervil,
while the Patriots and...
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...
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It would be poetic justice if the New England Patriots could sway defensive end Elvis Dumervil to play in Foxboro.
The Denver Broncos were able to sign longtime Patriots receiver Wes Welker with the old strategy of double dipping, getting a great receiver while hurting a conference foe.
Denver Broncos team president John Elway went on record today with ESPN stating the team has made a new offer to defensive end Elvis Dumervil after his agent failed to file the paperwork of an agreed upon restructured contract by the 4 P.M. EST deadline.
“We’ve offered Elvis a contract,” said Elway Tuesday afternoon. “We’d like to have Elvis back.”
The terms of this new...
According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, both the Ravens and Steelers are interested in free agent linebacker Elvis Dumervil.
The Super Bowl champion Ravens, who hope to meet with Dumervil later this week after the NFL owners meetings in Phoenix, could face competition for the Pro Bowl defender from within their own division.
The Ravens’ biggest rival, the Pittsburgh Steelers...
The Ravens and Steelers compete at least twice a season as division rivals during the NFL regular season, and now according to reports, they’ll be competing for the top pass rusher on the open market also.
Because of a paperwork and fax issue, Elvis Dumervil is now a free agent. Multiple reports from the Baltimore Sun are indicating that the Steelers have joined the Ravens...
Over the last few days the Pittsburgh Steelers have been reported as having interest in former Denver Broncos defensive end/outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil and current St. Louis Rams tackle Jake Long. While these reports certainly get the Steelers fan base excited, you have to wonder how much water that these reports hold.
Face it, the Steelers are working with very limited cap...
Not since Elvis Presley opened the Pontiac Silverdome. Not since Elvis Grbac was the starting QB for the University of Michigan, has a guy named Elvis stirred up so much fervor amongst the Detroit football fan base. The latest Elvis to get the blood flowing for Detroiters is Elvis Dumervil formerly of the Denver Broncos. [...]