The Broncos and Panthers are well stocked with Pro Bowl outside linebackers, which opened up several spots in the game for other players after they advanced to the Super Bowl.
One of them is Elvis Dumervil, who was a member of the Broncos from 2006 to 2013. His departure from Denver came after Dumervil and his agent were late faxing back paperwork on a contract restructuring, which led the Broncos to release him rather than pay a $12 million salary for the 2013 season.
Dumervil landed with the Ravens a short time later and had 26.5 sacks over his first two years in Baltimore. He added six to the total during the 2015 season along with 29 tackles and a forced fumble in what was a disappointing season for the Ravens.
Despite the rough results, punter Sam Koch, guard Marshal Yanda and long snapper Morgan Cox will join Dumervil at the Pro Bowl this weekend.