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Draft Scout Elvis Dumervil News
09/21/16 - LB Elvis Dumervil (foot) returned to practice Wednesday and could be back in the lineup for the first time this season Week 3 against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Dumervil, who had offseason foot surgery, hasn't practiced for three weeks. He activated from the physically unable to perform list Aug. 22, but has not felt well enough to get back on the field.
If Dumervil can play, he will be a boost to the Ravens' pass rush.
09/18/16 - OLB Elvis Dumervil (foot) was inactive. Albert McClellan replaced him as a starter. Dumervil also missed Week 1.
09/14/16 - LB Elvis Dumervil (foot) missed practice and probably will miss his second consecutive game. Dumervil hasn't practiced since Aug. 29. He had surgery on the foot in the offseason, but said throughout training camp that he would be ready for the regular season.
09/07/16 - OLB Elvis Dumervil will not play Sunday in the regular-season opener for the Ravens because of a setback in his recovery from offseason foot surgery.
Dumervil, 32, did not practice Wednesday and said the turnaround is too tight to expect positive results on the field against the Bills. He was activated from the physically unable to perform list on Aug. 22. But his last practice was Aug. 29, and the next date -- when he might return to the starting lineup -- is very much up in the air.
09/07/16 - LB Elvis Dumervil (foot) will not play Sunday in the season opener, the veteran confirmed on Wednesday. Dumervil had offseason foot surgery and encountered a "minor setback," he said. Dumervil has not been able to practice since Aug. 29 after being taken off the PUP list the prior week.
"It's a little disappointing, but sometimes you just have to wait your time, and when the opportunity presents itself, take full advantage," Dumervil said.