Think you're having a bad day? You're not former Denver Broncos defensive end Elvis Dumervil.
In contract talks with Denver to reduce his $12 million dollar salary last week, Dumervil and the Broncos reached a deal to cut his 2013 pay to $8 million on Friday, but Dumervil's agent, Marty Magid, reportedly failed to fax in the agreement on time. The Broncos then released the Pro Bowl linebacker, making him a free agent.
Dumervil soon made a transaction of his own, firing Magid. According to NBC News, the agreement was faxed in six minutes late. NFL.com reported on Saturday that Dumervil has already hired Tom Condon and Ben Dogra to represent him.
The Baltimore Sun reports that the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens, as well as The New England Patriots and Tennessee Titans have interest in Dumervil.
The 5-foot-11, 260-pound Dumervil led the NFL with 17 sacks in 2009 and had 11 last season.