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March 24, 2013
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Elvis Dumervil agrees to contract with Baltimore Ravens

Once again, the Baltimore Ravens have defeated the Broncos.

Elvis Dumervil, one of the best defensive ends in Broncos history, has agreed in principle to a multiyear contract with the Ravens.

Dumervil's departure occurs 10 weeks after Baltimore stunned the Broncos, 38-35 in double-overtime of a second-round AFC playoff game on a below-zero windchill Saturday afternoon.

"As we have from the start of this process, we worked diligently over the last week to find a way for Elvis Dumervil to remain a Denver Bronco," Broncos vice president John Elway said in a statement. "Although we made multiple contract offers to Elvis after being forced to release him, we were unable to reach an agreement and are now moving forward without him."

A blustery snowstorm greeted Denver on Saturday when the Broncos learned Dumervil and his 631/2 sacks were moving on.

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