After being implicated in an armed robbery along with Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker in May, an investigation into his overall involvement remained fluid.
Earlier this week, the Broward County state attorney announced Dunbar would not face charges.
Broward County state attorney Mike Satz is officially charging Giants CB DeAndre Baker on four counts of robbery with a firearm. Mandatory minimum of 10 years, if convicted, and max of up to life.— Cameron Wolfe (@CameronWolfe) August 7, 2020
Seahawks CB Quinton Dunbar is not being charged due to "insufficient evidence."
Now, the NFL is removing Dunbar from the Commissioner Exempt list, Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports.
Dunbar can rejoin his team as soon as Sunday.
The Seahawks acquired the 28-year-old in a trade with Washington in March. He is expected to challenge Tre Flowers for a starting job.
Dunbar, 28, participated in the team's virtual offseason program despite facing four counts of armed robbery from an incident May 13.
He is entering the final year of his contract.
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