NFL removing Quinton Dunbar from exempt list

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Seahwaks cornerback Quinton Dunbar is not facing criminal charges in connection with a robbery in his home state of Florida in May. Thus, as expected, the NFL is removing Dunbar from the Commissioner Exempt list, Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports.

Dunbar can rejoin his team as soon as Sunday.

The Seahawks acquired Dunbar in a trade with Washington in March. He is expected to challenge Tre Flowers for a starting job.

Dunbar, 28, participated in the team’s virtual offseason program despite facing four counts of armed robbery from an incident May 13.

But while the Broward State Attorney’s office is charging Giants cornerback Deandre Baker with four counts of robbery with a firearm, Dunbar was not charged with a crime because of insufficient evidence. So the NFL is clearing the way for Dunbar to resume his career.

Dunbar is entering the final year of his contract.

15 responses to “NFL removing Quinton Dunbar from exempt list

  1. lol..where is all the posters about how great a move it was for washington to get rid of Dunbar, and how dumb Seattle was to get him?????? He’s going to jail for 10,20 years……lol…. Soon to be shutting down your WR’s ….lol

  2. I don’t get why. Isn’t it reported that there’s insufficient evidence because his previous lawyer bribed the witnesses and his previous lawyer is being investigated for it?

    I haven’t seen any updates since but that doesn’t seem like a time to remove him from the list unless the accusations of him bribing the witnesses has come to a conclusion which I never saw something saying it did.

  3. The nation’s 50 wealthiest people and families, who have a collective net worth of nearly $1.6 trillion, found that their publicly announced donations toward covid-19 relief efforts amount to about $1 billion, which is less than .1 percent of their vast personal wealth.

    Blame those who deserve to be blamed, the national debt could be ), health care for all could easily exist. The eceonomy could be fine forever if people would not hoard their wealth that is mostly earned on the blood sweat and tears of others. To heck with what Dunbar paid , how about these folks, what have they paid?

  4. teloinko says:
    August 8, 2020 at 6:14 pm
    He is a looser. Wonder how much $$$$. he paid for his freedom.

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    teloinko says:
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    He is a looser.
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    Sometimes the jokes just write themselves.
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    Uh, the joke’s on you

  5. If he would’ve been a Dallas Cowboy, he would’ve been suspended for 8 games minimum!

  6. bajer says:
    August 8, 2020 at 7:43 pm
    The nation’s 50 wealthiest people and families, who have a collective net worth of nearly $1.6 trillion, found that their publicly announced donations toward covid-19 relief efforts amount to about $1 billion, which is less than .1 percent of their vast personal wealth.

    Blame those who deserve to be blamed, the national debt could be ), health care for all could easily exist. The eceonomy could be fine forever if people would not hoard their wealth that is mostly earned on the blood sweat and tears of others. To heck with what Dunbar paid , how about these folks, what have they paid?
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    Please show us on the doll where capitalism hurt you, commie…

  7. I’ll guarantee that the house they were in had a camera system and once the police went to a judge and got the order to confiscate the hard drive the truth is difficult to argue with, no matter who was giving all the FAKE news on this story. One had the gun and was robbing, the other was playing video games. Go Seahawks… Yikes!

  8. How do you put yourself in this situation in the first place, not enough evidence, sure smells funny

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