NFL Training Camp News: Elvis Dumervil Done, Andre Johnson Gets Paid

August 5, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Thursday's NFL headlines are once again dominated by Brett Favre and Albert Haynesworth, but there are plenty of other noteworthy developments worth discussing.
It starts in Denver, where the Broncos' hopes for the upcoming season took a serious blow. Defensive end Elvis Dumervil suffered a torn pectoral muscle during practice and is expected to miss at least four months. Dumervil, who led the NFL in sacks last season, is seeking a second opinion to determine his recovery time.
On the financial front, contract talks between the Texans and Andre Johnson had been progressing in recent days. The negotiations culminated Thursday with a seven-year, $73.5 million deal that made arguably the NFL's best wide receiver the highest-paid at his position.
Meanwhile, as Brett Favre continues to throw passes to high schoolers, Albert Haynesworth continues to battle knee issues.
The Redskins have reportedly sent Haynesworth for an MRI in hopes of determining whether or not he is re...

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