The Denver Broncos have started negotiations with defensive end Elvis Dumervil again after failing to sign him to a new deal before last Friday’s 4 PM deadline. The two sides agreed to a deal that would have seen his salary cut from $12 million per season to $8 million, but the signed documents were not received by the team until after the deadline, and he was later released.
Broncos head of football operations, John Elway:
“We’ve offered Elvis a contract. We’d like to have Elvis back”
The Ravens are also reportedly interested in the former fourth round pick in the 2006 draft.
Last season, he recorded 32 tackles and 11 sacks in 16 regular season games.