Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar has a warrant out for his arrest. It is important to remember he is innocent until proven guilty.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dubar‘s lawyer came out Monday saying he has five individuals who signed affidavits clearing Quinton Dunbar from all allegations. Dunbar has not yet turned himself in. However, it appears there may be more to the story than originally believed. Including the star corner’s potential innocence.
The Seattle Seahawks traded a 5th round pick to the Washington Redskins in exchange for the star cornerback. Dunbar is on the final year of his deal worth $3.4 million. He is just one year away from cashing in for all his hard work. Spotrac has his next estimated contract sitting around $15 million per year. It would be incredibly sad to see him throw it all away for roughly $75,000 in cash and merchandise.
In his introductory press conference, he answered every question with confidence and poise. No one had any idea that just 12 hours earlier he may have been involved in an armed robbery.
In the press conference, he said he has been working really hard on mastering the kick step technique. I left the meeting thinking this guy is going to be a star in Seattle’s scheme. It didn’t take long after the press conference for all the media outlets shining a light on this brilliant trade by John Schneider.
I’m really pulling for the notion that he is innocent. He has a three-year-old daughter and is just a year away from a potentially cashing in. These moves simply wouldn’t make sense. As we have more information we will be sure to let 12s know. In the meantime, as I have said, Quinton Dunbar is innocent until proven guilty and remains an important player in the Seahawks plan for 2020.