The Baltimore Ravens have made a contract offer to Elvis Dumervil, two sources told Denver Post reporter Mike Klis on Thursday. An offer from the defensive end's longtime team, the Denver Broncos, was more front-loaded, according to Klis, and reportedly didn't thrill Dumervil.
The Baltimore Sun reported that no visit has been scheduled for Dumervil in Baltimore.
The Broncos are in a tight situation since they took a $4.89 million dead-money, salary-cap hit when they were forced to release Dumervil, Klis detailed. Dumervil lost out on an $8 million deal because of a rogue fax machine. That's why Marty Magid no longer is Dumervil's agent.
The Broncos seem dug-in since they weren't the party that caused all this in the first place. They're ready to move on with either Freeney or Abraham. The question becomes: How much does Dumervil want to stay in Denver?
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