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OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) - Elvis Dumervil is days away from returning to the stadium he called home for his first seven years in the NFL and facing off against his former team.
Dumervil doesn't like talking about the bizarre circumstances that led to his departure from Denver, and he's said during the past several months that he has no resentment toward the Broncos, but Ravens teammate Terrell Suggs said Sunday that there's an extra level of excitement for Dumervil going into a game against his former organization.
Dumervil signed with Baltimore in March, and his first game with the Ravens is against the Broncos Thursday night in Denver.
Coincidentally, Dumervil's last game with the Broncos was against the Ravens, Denver's dramatic double-overtime loss to the Baltimore in January during the divisional round of the AFC playoffs.

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