On the heels of one of the more egregious agent blunders in recent times, newly minted free-agent defensive end Elvis Dumervil is looking for new representation. Dumervil's agent, Marty Magid, told NFL.com's Ian Rapoport that he was fired by the player on Saturday. The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson, who first reported the firing, said there are no hard feelings between the two, but in light of Friday's fax-machine hijinks, the sides have agreed to part ways. The split coincides with Dumervil's voyage into the open market, where he looks to recoup some, if not all, of the $8 million per year he agreed to with the Denver Broncos prior to his release. Magid told Rapoport that he has waived his NFL Players Association-mandated right for a five-day waiting period before officially being fired, allowing Dumervil to test the free agency waters immediately.