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Elvis Dumervil retires after 12-year career

Elvis Dumervil posted on social media Thursday morning stating that he is retiring from football.

Here is Dumervil’s post:

Dumervil spent six seasons with Denver (one year was missed due to a torn pectoral), four with Baltimore and one with the San Francisco 49ers.

The 34-year-old went to five Pro Bowls and made two all pro-teams. His best seasons came in 2009 with the Broncos and 2014 with the Ravens. In both seasons he registered 17 sacks.

For his career, Dumervil had 105.5 sacks which ranks 26th on the NFL’s all-time list.

As his social media post stated, Dumervil will likely move on to a career in real estate to occupy his time.


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