Negotiations between the Broncos and defensive end Elvis Dumervil continued Friday, although it appears more discussion is needed if the two sides are to reach an agreement, Mike Klis of the Denver Post reports.
The Broncos are asking Dumervil to take a pay cut from the $12 million salary he is scheduled to earn this season. That $12 million becomes fully guaranteed if Dumervil is on the Broncos’ roster by March 16.
In simple terms, the Broncos want to keep Dumervil; they just want to keep him at less than $12 million.
“Elvis is a Bronco and he wants to remain a Bronco,” said Dumervil’s agent Marty Magid. “We have exchanged proposals and we’re waiting to hear back from them.”
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