Quinton Dunbar has remained out of the spotlight in free agency so far, but things may be starting to pick up for the unsigned DB. According to Ian Rapoport, Dunbar is scheduled to visit two teams this coming week.
Free agent CB Quinton Dunbar, most recently of the #Seahawks, has two visits scheduled for next week: He’s set to visit the #Lions and #AZCardinals, source said. He’s been waiting for the right opportunity, but it all ramps up soon.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 30, 2021
In addition to making his way to the Motor City, he will also be making a layover in Arizona to meet with the divisional rival Cardinals. However, according to some late night Instagramming, Dunbar is also reportedly in talks with the Seahawks, and the two sides seem to have some mutual interest in a reunion.
Dunbar wrote in response to a comment about the seahawks that the two sides have had “good talks” and “they want me back I love it there.”— Dugar, Michael-Shawn (@MikeDugar) March 30, 2021
Quinton Dunbar had a rough season in Seattle in 2020 as he dealt with nagging injuries that undoubtedly impacted his play, including when he suited up to play Buffalo last season in a game that he probably should have sat out. Dunbar went to IR with a knee injury in November, was activated briefly in December, but ultimately had season ending surgery later in the month and would not play again for Seattle. In his one season with the Hawks, he started 6 games, collecting one interception and defending 5 passes while recording 30 tackles.
Dunbar was accused but ultimately cleared after facing multiple counts of armed robbery last summer, along with former Giants DB DeAndre Baker. He will be looking to bounce back in 2021 and regain some of the form he displayed in Washington, where he recorded 6 interceptions and 17 passes defensed in his final two seasons with the Football Team.