Arrest warrant issued for Seahawks’ CB Quinton Dunbar for armed robbery
MIRAMAR, Fla. – Seattle’s new cornerback Quinton Dunbar is facing major charges after a warrant for his arrest was announced by the Miramar Police in Florida Thursday night.
Dunbar has not played for the Seahawks yet, but is now accused of four counts of armed robbery with a firearm in link to an incident Thursday morning with New York Giants’ Deandre Baker.
The Miramar police department announced the warrants for arrest over Twitter.
The Seahawks acquired Dunbar in a trade with the Washington Redskins. He was expected to be Seattle’s starting right cornerback this 2020-21 season. Their
PR account on Twitter responded to the news. The statement by the NFL was almost the exact same.
Seattle’s secondary will take a hit if Dunbar is suspended, and the Seahawks didn’t draft any players to bolster their secondary. That may push them to go after a free agent depending on what transpires with Dunbar’s situation.
This would be the salary cap scenario:
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