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prospect. At 6-foot-2 and 255 pounds, he’s an undersized edge rusher that some have compared favorably to Elvis Dumervil . While he’s shown an ability to get after the quarterback over the last year-plus while he was at Mizzou, history
pure football perspective, as a prospect, there have been a few comparisons made between Sam and Baltimore’s Elvis Dumervil -- a slightly undersized edge rusher who has shown an ability to get to the quarterback. While the Dumervil comparison
the end of the year, has a great offseason obviously and hasn’t missed a game this year. “Between him and [ Elvis ] Dumervil , the way they rush the quarterback, you don’t have a lot of time to stand back there and figure out what
veteran free agents in Dwight Freeney and John Abraham . (The dominos in the Freeney/Abraham/ Osi Umenyiora / Elvis Dumervil sweepstakes should start to fall this week, particularly if Umenyiora signs with the Falcons, some that’s
day, or he could just have one anyway. Then there’s the well-rounded defense, which has star-power with Elvis Dumervil , Von Miller (third in the NFL with 17.5 sacks) and the ageless wonder, Champ Bailey . Although the Pats
Number That Stands Out: Only three players in the NFL have at least five sacks and five forced fumbles this season: Elvis Dumervil , Charles Johnson and Rob Ninkovich . -- LINEBACKERS -- B- Reason For Grade: It helped that the Colts don't
the last three quarters. Number That Stands Out: Four. Ninkovich has forced four fumbles this season, tied with Elvis Dumervil for most in the NFL. -- LINEBACKERS: B- Reason for Grade: Terrific against the run, mediocre against the pass
ratio. 2. Tackles Marcus Cannon, Nate Solder and (possibly) Logan Mankins against edge rushers Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil : The Ravens generate the majority of their pressure off the edge with Suggs and Dumervil — the two have a combined
toward the end of the year, has a great offseason obviously and hasn’t missed a game this year. Between him and [ Elvis ] Dumervil , the way they rush the quarterback, you don’t have a lot of time to stand back there and figure out what to
be forced to sit out Sunday against the Ravens, a team known for their ability to create pressure off the edge with Elvis Dumervil and Terrell Suggs . “I’ve lined up across from those guys a bunch of time, but they’re always on the tackle. They
old friend Terrell Suggs (9 sacks) figures to have something to say about this one before the week is done, and Elvis Dumervil (9.5 sacks) should also be a handful for the Patriots offensive line. 2. They have almost as much experience
say those guys have been and still are making a lot of plays for them. But definitely the addition of a guy like [ Elvis ] Dumervil who has replaced the edge rushers that they’ve had there, whether it be [Paul] Kruger or Jarret Johnson from
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