Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar had himself a difficult outing Week 9 against the Buffalo Bills before he was finally pulled from the action and replaced by Linden Stephens.
“He had a tough day,” coach Pete Carroll said after the loss. “He was playing on a sore knee, and eventually we had to take him out. He just was hobbling. He tried to suck it up and keep going, but we needed to get him out.”
The Seahawks have been particularly thin at defensive back, with both cornerback Shaquill Griffin (hamstring/concussion) and safety Ugo Amadi (hamstring)