The Ravens' biggest rival, the
Structuring a contract high enough for Dumervil could be tough for either team because of tight salary-cap situations, but teams can always make adjustments to their roster by cutting players if they need to make room for an elite player.
Dumervil was cut by the Broncos on Friday due to a paperwork snafu where Denver executive
Rather than have to fully guarantee Dumervil's $12 million base salary for the 2013 fiscal year, the Broncos released him and now have over $4 million in dead money and lost the player.
The Broncos blamed Dumervil's agent, Marty Magid, and he responded by saying it was their fault for changing the terms of the deal at the 11th hour. Either way, the contract debacle unfolded and now the Broncos don't have one of their best players. They're expected to evaluate the merits of
After firing Magid, who has waived the five-day waiting period mandated by the
Dumervil finished second on the Broncos with 11 sacks last season, ranking behind