Quinton Dunbar and the Seahawks are feeling a little bit better about things heading into the weekend.
On Friday, the Broward State's Attorney Office announced that it won't prosecute the corner for the South Florida armed robbery he was originally implicated in a few months ago.
Dunbary's lawyer explained his client won't face any charges because of insufficient evidence.
Giants defensive back DeAndre Baker, meanwhile, is being charged with four counts of robbery with a firearm. Both players remain on the NFL's Commisioner's Exempt List.
While Dunbar could still face punishment from the league, this should close the matter legally for him. That has to be a relief, too, considering how eventful his life has been since mid-May.
The news that Dunbar had allegedly been involved in the robbery at a Florida house party broke just after his introduction to the Seattle media, which was an unfortunate look.
Then, his now-former attorney was accused of bribing witnesses, so the 28-year-old moved on to new representation.
The Washington Football Team traded Dunbar to Seattle for a fifth-round choice earlier this offseason. Now, the NFC West power can finally start proceeding with him in their plans.
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