The Denver Broncos apparently made a mistake and that boo-boo cost them Elvis Dumervil. A team that is considered to be one of the heavy favorites to win the Super Bowl next season, Denver is currently without one of its heavyweight pass-rushers and that is now something they will have to address. Not that the Internet will let them forget it.
If there is one thing I know about the interwebs, It's that they won't let you forget things. If there's two things that I know about the interwebs, It's that they won't let you forget things, and email is 1,000 times better than faxing.
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If the Broncos are unable to find a suitable replacement for Dumervil in free agency (including Dumervil himself as of this posting, who is still available), then the next place to look will be the draft. Could a defensive end prospect find himself lucky enough to land with the Broncos and compete for Dumervil's spot on a Super Bowl contender? Which player could that be?
Rob Rang of CBS Sports currently projects Damontre Moore of Texas A&M as the guy who could be the lucky one:
While the Broncos deserve a great deal of credit for an impressive haul of free agents, the slip-up which caused Elvis Dumervil to become an unrestricted free agent could come back to haunt them. Therefore, adding another pass-rusher to counter Von Miller is important. Moore, who took over Miller's position with the Aggies, has the talent and production to be drafted higher, but is slipping after a poor showing at the combine and his Pro Day.
Moore would be able to team with Miller and give the Broncos a younger pass-rusher to build toward the future, but also possibly help out in the interim. And that's a fax, Jack.