Lions signing Quinton Dunbar to one-year deal

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The Lions are signing free agent cornerback Quinton Dunbar to a one-year deal, according to Dunbar’s representation, Elite Loyalty Sports.

Dunbar and Will Parks were visitors to the Lions on Monday, and Dunbar and new defensive coordinator Aaron Glenn hit it off, Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports.

Dunbar reunites with position coach Aubrey Pleasant, who was with Dunbar in Washington for two seasons.

Dunbar, 28, spent last season in Seattle after a trade from Washington. He played six games, starting all six, with a knee injury landing Dunbar on injured reserve.

He played for Washington for five seasons, appearing in 58 games with 25 starts.

In his career, Dunbar has totaled 180 tackles, 10 interceptions and 40 pass breakups.

8 responses to “Lions signing Quinton Dunbar to one-year deal

  1. The Lions are signing a lot of players under 30 to one year deals. It is a good strategy with what they have to work with. They will at least be interesting this year with motivated players.

  2. My Lions are almost as bad as my other team – the Raiders! Both are equally horrid.

    The Lions have Goff. The Raiders have Carr and Mariota all three QBs are worse than Trubisky.

    One of my many alias’ is touchback6.

  3. the Lions making moves to secure last place in their division, again! come on first pick in the 2022 draft!!!!

  4. Would have been better staying in WFT. He tried a power move to get a new contract but it really hasn’t worked out so great for him. A series of one year deals for an oft injured player is a dangerous game to play…

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