By Brendan Maloy
October 22, 2013

Marty Magid, the former agent of Elvis Dumervil, will be fined and suspended by the NFLPA. Elvis Dumervil's ex-agent has been suspended and fined by the NFLPA. (Rob Tringali/SportsChrome)

Marty Magid, the agent who failed to send a fax in time to secure Elvis Dumervil's renegotiated contract, has been fined $25,000 and suspended from representing NFL players for six months, according to a report from FOX Sports.

Dumervil fired Magid after the Denver Broncos failed to receive paperwork accepting a restructured contract which both parties had agreed to by the deadline, causing the Broncos to release the three-time Pro Bowl defensive end. Dumervil later signed with the Ravens for a contract that will pay him $8.5 million this season.

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Magid has maintained that he was not at fault for the failed fax and says that it was foul play by the Broncos front office that caused the missed deadline.

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