Incident Overview

Two NFL players, Deandre Baker of the New York Giants and Quinton Dunbar of the Seattle Seahawks, were accused of armed robbery and aggravated assault in Miramar, Florida.

Event Circumstances

The alleged incident occurred at a party where Baker and Dunbar were said to have lost $70,000 two days prior.

Allegations and Charges

Baker is accused of directing two men to steal money and valuables from other party attendees, and Dunbar is alleged to have assisted Baker.

Specific Robbery Details

The players are alleged to have taken cash and expensive watches, including a $17,500 Audemars Piguet watch and a $25,000 Hublot watch, from the partygoers.

Witness Statements

The accusations are based on witness statements and those of four victims, with names redacted in the warrant.

Sequence of Events

 The situation escalated following an argument at a card table, leading to Baker and an associate brandishing firearms.

Police Response

Florida police issued arrest warrants for both Baker and Dunbar, each facing four counts of armed robbery with a firearm.

NFL's Position

At the time, the NFL had not issued a statement regarding the incident involving its players.

Legal Proceedings

The case's legal status is ongoing, with the players facing serious charges and potential consequences.

Impact on Player Careers

The incident and ensuing legal battle could significantly impact Baker and Dunbar's professional careers, both in the NFL and elsewhere.