Elvis in Miami

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  1. NJPHINFAN79

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    Broncos just stated their talks w dumerville have ended at an impass they were trying to get him to restructure or take less... Is he a 4-3 end option fellas??? Olb?? What's his command value???
     
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    Pre-draft measureables
    Ht Wt 40-yd dash 10-yd split 20-yd split 20-ss 3-cone Vert Broad BP
    5 ft 11⅜ in 257 lb 4.68 s 1.65 s 2.81 s 30 reps
    All values from NFL Combine
    [edit]Denver Broncos
    Dumervil was drafted in the fourth round of the 2006 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos. Broncos coach Mike Shanahan stated that he planned to keep Dumervil at defensive end.[2]
    Early in his rookie season, Dumervil saw little playing time. However, his minutes increased as the season progressed and he finished the year with 8.5 sacks in 13 games. In the first game of the 2007 NFL season he would get the first interception of his career. Dumervil would go on to lead the Broncos, and finish among league leaders, with 12.5 sacks in 2007.
    His half-brother, Curry Burns, also played at the University of Louisville and was drafted by the Houston Texans in the 2003 NFL Draft.[3]
    With the Josh McDaniels coaching regime entering the 2009 season, defensive coordinator Mike Nolan moved Dumervil around as an outside linebacker in his 3-4 defensive scheme, but keeping him as a defensive end on 4-3 passing down situations.[4] Dumervil led the league in sacks with 17. At the conclusion of the season, Dumervil was a near unanimous selection for the All-Pro Team, receiving 46 out of the 50 total votes. He also finished third in voting for Defensive Player of the Year. [5]
    In July 2010, Dumervil signed a six-year $61.5 million contract extension (including $43.168 million in guaranteed payments) to keep him with the Broncos through 2015.[6] However, on August 4, 2010, Dumervil suffered a torn pectoral muscle during practice, and missed the entire 2010 season.[7][8]
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    They will be trying to get a first or second round pick for him at least. They are not going to let him go for nothing.
     
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    Hoping for a hometown bargain perhaps but I'm probably dreaming! His whole football family is here in Miami, he had a few brothers that played Division One football a few years back. I coached one of his half brothers in Curry Burns back in the 90's that played at Louisville and got drafted by the Texans!
     
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    I believe he will be a free agent, no picks involved.

    If Dumerville is smart he's find a 3-4 defense where he can play rush OLB. He exploded in Denver when they switched to the 3-4...not nearly as effective as a 4-3 DE, more of a situational pass rusher in a 4-3 but not an every down player.
     
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    Ladies and gentlemen: Elvis has left the building
     

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