On the heels of one of the more egregious agent blunders in recent times, free-agent defensive end Elvis Dumervil is looking for new representation.
Dumervil's agent, Marty Magid, told NFL.com's Ian Rapoport that he was fired by the player on Saturday.
Magid also told Rapoport he waived his NFL Players Association-mandated right for a five-day waiting period before officially being fired. This allows Dumervil to test the free agency waters immediately.
Dumervil now looks to recoup some, if not all, of the $8 million per year he agreed to with the Denver Broncos prior to his release. NFL Network's Michelle Beisner reported on Saturday that interest in Dumervil is sparse, but Wilson reported that three teams -- the Baltimore Ravens, New England Patriots and Tennessee Titans -- already are eyeing the 29-year-old pass rusher.
This story isn't over yet.
UPDATE: Dumervil will be represented by Tom Condon and Ben Dogra, NFL.com's Albert Breer reported on Saturday night.
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