The Arizona Cardinals are getting closer to locking down their 2021 cornerback room before day one of the 2021 NFL Draft.
According to Ian Rapoport the Cardinals are set to meet with former Seattle Seahawk cornerback Quinton Dunbar.
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
Dunbar of course had legal issues last year, but as the guys over at Field Gulls tracked last year, the charges never went forward.
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So, he now gets to makeup for what was easily his worst season as an NFL pro in 2020. Dunbar had played well for the Washington Football Team in 2019, but likely struggled to get back to that level after a tumultuous offseason.
Now, Dunbar can look to get one good year and cash in as the soon-to-be 29 year old looks to get back to his 2019 level where he played 613 snaps, grading out from Pro Football Focus at 87.6 with an impressive 89.5 pass coverage grade.
Should the Cardinals make a move on Dunbar?