It sounded more like a bad episode of a bad reality series than the NFL. The Denver Broncos had agreed to a new contract with Elvis Dumervil. Then they hadn’t.
Champ Bailey is not going to admit his body is creaking as he approaches his 35th birthday and prepares to face rookie receivers who were just learning their ABCs when he entered the NFL in 1999.
Peyton Manning returned to Broncos headquarters Monday, starting voluntary workouts with his group of receivers, which now includes Wes Welker.
Elvis Dumervil is putting his seven seasons in Denver and one bizarre fax fiasco behind him after agreeing to a five-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
Free agents Dwight Freeney and John Abraham are set to visit Denver on Thursday, 48 hours after the Broncos submitted a new contract proposal to Elvis Dumervil.
John Elway seems to have forgotten that he was ever a player in the NFL, and that’s a good thing, according to former teammate Tom Nalen.
The Broncos are working with Elvis Dumervil’s new agent, hoping to figure out a way to keep him in Denver.
The Denver Broncos agreed to terms with defensive end Elvis Dumervil before the 2:00pm deadline on Friday afternoon. But that’s just the start of the story. The team hadn’t received Dumervil’s signed contract by 1:59, and in order to protect themselves financially, they were forced to release the 3-time Pro Bowler.
The Broncos have until Saturday to release Elvis Dumervil if he doesn’t budge, and by then a lot of the free agent money may dry up, Vic Lombardi reports in his latest Vic’s Signature.
The Denver Broncos have re-signed backup safety David Bruton to a three-year deal, keeping their special teams ace from entering free agency Tuesday.