Ravens make Dumervil an offer

The Denver Post is reporting that the Baltimore Ravens have offered pass-rusher Elvis Dumervil a contract, though the deal he is considering from the Broncos appears to be for more money earlier in the agreement period.

The paper also reports that the Miami Dolphins (Dumervil’s hometown team) and Tennessee Titans are now interested. The Pittsburgh Steelers are also interested.

If Denver doesn’t land Dumervil, the team could sign John Abraham or Dwight Freeney as a replacement. Both visited Denver on Thursday. The saga should end within the next 48 hours.

In other AFC West news:

The Chargers signed Arizona guard Rich Ohrnberger. He started four games for the Cardinals last season under new San Diego offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt. He is the sixth player San Diego has signed in free agency; he's the fifth and the third offensive lineman. He will compete for a starting job and provide depth at the very least.