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Topic - Elvis Dumervil
Shaun Phillips is probably at the Super Bowl because of a fax machine, and it's only fitting — the Broncos' pass rusher couldn't live without his.
Shaun Phillips is probably at the Super Bowl because of a fax machine, and it's only fitting - the Broncos' pass rusher couldn't live without his.
Well, how's that heart feel now, John Fox?
Embarrassing headlines. Sidelined superstars. Retooled offenses. Shredded defenses. It's a wonder the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos made it this far.
One of John Fox's favorite sayings is "Next man up."
Fox was hoping to put off his operation until the offseason but after meeting with his cardiologist in North Carolina late last week, he began feeling dizzy while playing golf near his offseason home in Charlotte on Saturday and was hospitalized.
Frantically trying to protect a slim lead late in the fourth quarter, the Baltimore Ravens' pass rushers let Ryan Tannehill slip away to throw for a big gain. The next time they made sure he didn't escape.
Alex Smith is still winning in red. He's just doing it for the Chiefs these days.
Giant banners of Joe Flacco hang from the stadium in Denver, where nobody needed the larger-than-life reminders that his 70-yard touchdown toss in the final minute of regulation ruined the Broncos' Super Bowl hopes and propelled the Ravens to the title.
John Elway says the Denver Broncos, still stinging from their playoff loss to the Baltimore Ravens in January, are primed for greatness in 2013 if they can just stay healthy and hungry.
Ray Lewis wasn't there. Neither was Ed Reed, or at least a half dozen other players who hoisted the Super Bowl trophy last February.
The Denver Broncos are heading into their self-proclaimed "Super Bowl or Bust" season with a series of busts.
Since winning the Super Bowl, the Ravens have undergone a dramatic transformation. Linebacker Ray Lewis and center Matt Birk retired, wide receiver Anquan Boldin was traded, and free safety Ed Reed, inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe, sack specialist Paul Kruger and strong safety Bernard Pollard signed elsewhere or were released.
Von Miller might have a new pass-rushing partner by week's end.
Elvis Dumervil was staying with the Denver Broncos.
"We had good coverage, and I was able to make the play," he said.
"I feel amazing," said Dumervil, who actually agreed to a restructured contract to remain in the AFC West, only for the paper work to arrive late at the league office.