The Ravens hope to meet with former Broncos star defensive end Elvis Dumervil following the league meetings this week, Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports. This according to a league source with knowledge of the situation.
No contract negotiations have been launched, but the Ravens have serious interest in Dumervil, per a source.
Other NFL teams that have expressed interest in Dumervil include the New England Patiots and the Tennessee Titans. Dumervil would play outside linebacker in a 3-4 scheme.
Dumervil was cut by the Broncos on Friday due to a paperwork mixup where Denver executive John Elway said that the team didn’t receive a fax in time from the Pro Bowl pass rusher to adjust his contract down to $8 million this year.
Wilson also adds that Dumervil is parting ways with his agent.