I put this in the NFL draft section b/c I think it relates to our draft just as much as the Team or NFL sections. It looks like the Denver Broncos will be switching to a 3-4 base but they NEED to get a 3-4 End and a 3-4 NT. They'll most likely be running a hybrid kind of system until then with the 4-3 still fairly prevalent. Enter Elvis Dumervil. Rumblings in Denver are that he is and will not be a good fit as a 3-4 DE or a 3-4 LB. Their fans don't even view him as a full time 4-3 End but more of a situational 4-3 pass rusher. In the past this is when he's had his success, last year he moved to pretty much full time DE and his effectiveness may have seen a decline. Does Denver keep him as a situational pass rusher when they run 4-3 fronts? Or do the trade him now for a draft pick so they can build their defense? I'm aware we don't have any (front office) ties to Denver anymore but I think Dumervil could be a great fit for what we want to do. What would we be willing to give up for him / give up for at worst a situational pass rusher? If we can get him, that REALLY frees up our draft to take BPA and focus on other needs. I've seen Denver fans wanting a 4th rd pick and a player, maybe a mid-3rd to early 4th rd pick. Maybe we could give them like a 4th round pick and Anthony Weaver (3-4 DE)??? What round pick is too early to give up for a situational pass rusher, if that's all he is. Say we'd have to give up a 3rd round pick. Would we find a player there (Safety, DE, etc) that would make more impact to our team? I'm not sure we would. Elvis Dumervil, bring him to Houston Smith!!!!