The best cornerbacks in the NFL make build their careers on being able to take things that were intended for other people.
And now it looks like doing just that may derail the careers of two of them.
That would be New York Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker and Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar for whom arrest warrants have were issued yesterday in South Florida in connection to an armed robbery investigation.
According to Miramar Police, Baker's arrest warrant is for four counts of armed robbery with a firearm and four counts of aggravated assault with a firearm. Dunbar is wanted on four counts of armed robbery with a firearm.
The alleged incident took place early yesterday at a party when, according to the police report, Baker and Dunbar are accused of stealing money and watches with force while armed with semi-automatic firearms. It states that Baker intentionally threatened victims with a firearm.
Wow, talk about a bump and run play.
The Seahawks acquired the 27-year-old Dunbar in a March trade with the Washington Redskins and introduced him to reporters on a video call earlier Thursday. Both players are from Miami.
Shortly before the warrant for his arrest was issued Thursday, Dunbar held a 15-minute introductory teleconference call and told reporters: "You just want to feel wanted at the end of the day...I just hope to repay them with the way I carry myself as a person."
Guess they didn’t realize how quickly he planned on repaying them.
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