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Published on 03/21/2013 at Thu Mar 21 21:37.
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Elvis Dumervil

Denver Broncos defensive end Elvis Dumervil participates in practice on the first day of training camp on Thursday, July 26, 2012. (BroncoTalk.net photo)

The saga of Elvis Dumervil, NFL free agent, may be nearing its end.

While the Denver Broncos met with free agent defensive ends Dwight Freeney and John Abraham Thursday, the Baltimore Ravens have extended Dumervil a contract offer, Mike Klis of The Denver Post reports.

The Tennessee Titans, Miami Dolphins, and Pittsburgh Steelers have also expressed interest in Dumervil, though none of those teams have reportedly made a contract offer.

Klis reports that the Broncos’ offer contains more early money than the Ravens’ contract — but will that be enough to smooth things over for Elvis? After a home playoff loss, a public dismantling by John Elway, WTFax, and a healthy paycut, it all may be just too much for Dumervil to overcome.

I always believed Dumervil bled orange and blue, but in this case, he may have already bled too much. Keep your fingers crossed, Broncos fans.

  • Pete Baron

    Do you know why I LOVED what Elway said about Doom’s contract? It’s because he’s being TRANSPARENT! You all remember that, don’t you? When people question why the media knows anything at all about what Elway thinks about these things and questions why he said those things to the media, ask yourselves this…. Weren’t you just complaining that Elway wasn’t being transparent enough? I remember a few times on here people saying “What happened to being transparent?” … well, there you go! There’s your transparency! lol

  • Pete Baron

    He’s bleeding green. That’s it. If we have a better contract than the Ravens, and yet he still isn’t signing it, it’s simply cause he’s trying to find a hidden rock somewhere that has a stash of cash under it. If he wanted to be in Denver, he’d be here. He’s simply trying to find more non-existent money. He’s trying to play hardball and drive his price up. Simple as that.