January 20, 2021

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While awaiting trial, Quinton Dunbar is…

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While awaiting trial, Quinton Dunbar is...


The Seattle Seahawks’ biggest offseason acquisition, defensive back Quinton Dunbar, has also made the most waves after getting arrested on four counts of armed robbery stemming from an incident in Miramar, Florida, in early May.

Dunbar was released on $100,000 bail and pleaded not guilty. He is awaiting trial.

Dunbar allegedly aided New York Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker in robbing guests at a party. Dunbar’s attorney obtained affidavits that he claims clear Dunbar of any wrongdoing, and he also criticized the Miramar Police Department for its handling of the case.

The Seahawks had given Dunbar some space to sort out his legal issues, but according to coach Pete Carroll he is back engaged and focused during virtual team meetings — although Carroll would offer little else on his situation.

“We’ve been very open in the discussions of what’s taken place,” Carroll said of conversations with Dunbar. “There’s a whole process going on. I don’t have all the details, and wouldn’t comment anyway. But we have been very much connected with him and what is next and all of that. … We are following along with him. He is back participating with us and focusing real well now. We’ll see what happens with that. We’ll be right on it. (GM John Schneider) and those guys are all over it. There’s just not much I can share with you about it.”

Part of Dunbar’s pretrial release on bail includes a stipulation that he cannot leave the state of Florida, but that could be revisited, which may allow him to participate in training camp at the end of July.

Until then, Dunbar’s situation is not entirely different than his teammates’ — a wait-and-see approach for another six weeks.

While awaiting trial, Quinton Dunbar participates in virtual meetings with Seahawks

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