Elvis Dumervil is taking part in the Denver Broncos' passing camp, the first time he's worked out with the team since last season.
The Broncos' star outside linebacker, who led the NFL with 17 sacks last season, is a restricted free agent who has skipped the team's offseason conditioning program while working out on his own in Miami.
Dumervil hasn't signed his $3.168 million tender or a contract extension. It's believed he signed a waiver so that he could participate in the three days of workouts at Dove Valley this week.
Among those skipping the camp are offensive linemen Ryan Clady, Ryan Harris and Russ Hochstein, all of whom are coming off surgeries.
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