We’ve heard plenty about interest from the Broncos, Ravens and Steelers in signing defensive end Elvis Dumervil since the Broncos put Dumervil on the market after the fax machine’s most high-profile moment in at least a decade.
Mike Klis of the Denver Post reports that a fourth AFC team has at least dipped its toes into the water. Klis reports that the Dolphins have “jumped into discussions” with Dumervil, who has offers from the Broncos and Ravens already on the table, but that the extent of their interest is unknown.
Dumervil would make a pretty nice bookend across from Cameron Wake in the Dolphins pass rush. Miami has more money to spend than any of the other teams in the mix for Dumervil, especially with the deals for wide receiver Mike Wallace and linebacker Dannell Ellerbe structured to take up relatively little cap space in the 2013 season.
Dumervil’s the best free agent still available on the market, so it’s not surprising to see other teams sniffing around to see if they can snap up a player who looked set to remain in Denver at this time last week.