Trading Elvis Dumervil Mock Draft

Yes I know this is not a very happy topic here on MHR but there is a Chance that Denver tenders Elvis Dumervil a 1st and 3rd and lets him go.



1.     Elvis Dumervil - tendered 1st and 3rd Round tender and is signed by Miami and not matched.  This is the most obvious landing spot with Mike Nolan at Miami.

2.     Anquan BoldinDenver trades it's 3rd Round Pick and Tony Scheffler to Arizona for Boldin.  Arizona needs a TE.


3.     Peyton Hillis - Traded to Houston for 6th Round Pick.


Free Agents signed

1.     Kyle Orton - tendered 1st Round tender - stays with team - Orton gets 1 year to prove he deserves a long term deal.

2.     Brandon Marshall -  Franchised - McDaniels opts to Franchise Marshall that way they could control where he goes if traded - if they keep the franchise money will make Marshall happy for 1 year.

3.     Joey Porter - Denver signs Porter for 3 year deal worth $15 million. His 9 Sacks will help with Dumervil's departure.


4.      Dwan Edwards - signs a 5 year $25 million contract.


5.     Chris Kuper - signs a 4 year $18 million deal

6.     Matt Praeter - signs a 4 year $8 million deal.



1st Round Pick(10th/11th)---------------------------------------    Traded to New England for their 1st , 2nd and 4th Round Picks.  New England drafts Dez Bryant.

1st Round Pick(12)--------------------------------------------------     Joe Haden - CB - Florida - This is a Shocker.  Denver drafts Joe Haden who is available in Todd McShay's last Mock Draft.  Joe Haden will take over for Champ Bailey after the 2010 Season.


1st Round Pick (#22 via New England)----------------------------------------------------     Maurkice Pouncey - C/G - Florida -  Pouncey can play Guard or Center so he is great pick.


2nd Round Pick--------------------------------------------------------------------------------       John Jerry - Guard - Ole Miss - 6'5" 330lbs Denver drafts this big Guard to play next to Clady.


2nd Round Pick(#48 - via New England)-----------------------------------------------------      Cam Thomas - NT / DE - North Carolina - 6'4" 330lbs Mike Mayock says this player can play both DE or NT in the 3-4 Defense.


3rd Round Pick (via Miami)--------------------------------------------------------      Carlton Mitchell - WR - South Florida - 6'4" 220lbs  Has a ton of potential.


4th Round Pick-------------------------------------------------------------------------     Micah Johnson - ILB - Kentucky - 6'2" 258lbs   Great pickup.


4th Round Pick(via New England)-------------------------------------      LeGarrette Blount - RB - Oregon - 6'1" 245lbs Denver adds this big RB to pair with Moreno/Buckhalter.


6th Round Pick(via Houston )--------------------------------------------------------    John Skelton - QB - Fordham -   6'5" 245lbs   QB who has a Cannon for a arm but needs alot of coachin.


6th Round Pick----------------------------------------------------------------------------    Dexter Davis - OLB - Arizonia St. 6'3" 240lbs

7th Round Pick----------------------------------------------------------------------------    Matt Dodge - Punter


My Final thoughts - yes Elvis Dumervil is a very popular player but with Denver you never know.  He could be tendered a 1st and 3rd Round Pick.




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