The Baltimore Ravens have finally added a player this offseason, and it’s a big one, as the team has tweeted out they have come to terms with linebacker Elvis Dumervil.
The saga of Dumervil even being on the market started two Fridays ago when his agent was late getting an agreement to take a pay cut back to Denver.
The Broncos were forced to cut him, and he fired his agent, signing with Tom Condon.
While the Broncos wanted him back, two other teams, Miami and Tennessee were talking with Dumervil.
Dumervil, 29, has been with the Broncos since he was one of their fourth-round draft choices in 2006. He missed the 2010 season because of injury but has 63 ½ sacks in his other six, an average of 10.6 sacks per year.
He has been named to three Pro Bowl teams, and now will join the 2012 Super Bowl Champs.