DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Broncos and Elvis Dumervil are negotiating again. The Broncos are working with Dumervil’s new agent, hoping to figure out a way to keep him in Denver. Dumervil can still shop around and other teams are interested. But according to Executive Vice President of Football Operations John Elway, his team has a new offer on the table. “We’d love to have Elvis back and we made an offer to Elvis, so we’ll see how it progresses,” Elway said. “Obviously the circumstances are different now than they were before … we’re hopeful that Elvis will continue to be a Denver Bronco, but with him being a free agent, I’m sure he wants to see what’s out there. But we’re hopeful we can get something done.”
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The agent who was fired by Elvis Dumervil after a failed contract execution that led to the Denver Broncos releasing their Pro Bowl defensive end Friday has retained David Cornwell as an attorney.
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Denver Broncos coach John Fox said the team is open to bringing back pass-rusher Elvis Dumervil after the fax machine fiasco last week. But Fox, spea…
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