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With his NFL head coaching debut three days away, Joe Judge was well aware of the importance of Friday before the New York Giants headed to practice. While it was another day to get ready to face the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday night, Judge made sure his NYFD baseball cap was on his head. Sept. 11 is a day of special remembrance in the New York metropolitan area and across the country.

Three people filed a lawsuit Monday against New York Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker, claiming that he robbed them at gunpoint during a May cookout in Florida, court records show. Baker was formally charged Aug. 7 with four counts of robbery with a firearm stemming from the cookout. Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar, who also was arrested in May, won't be prosecuted because of insufficient evidence, prosecutors previously said.

Rosas has been officially charged after fleeing the scene of an accident in which he T-boned a truck while driving nearly 100mph.

Giants kicker Aldrick Rosas faces three misdemeanor charges in California for allegedly hitting a car and fleeing the scene in June, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports. Glenn Jennings, the Butte County deputy district attorney, filed a criminal complaint Wednesday that charged Rosas with reckless driving on a highway, hit and run [more]

It turns out that potentially facilitating a bribery payment in exchange for testimony from witnesses as a lawyer may leave you in hot water with the legal community. According to Meghan Bobrowsky of the Miami Herald, the Florida Bar Association has opened an investigation into attorney Michael Grieco, who had served as counsel for Seattle [more]

Now relegated to being the former attorney for Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar, lawyer Michael Grieco released a statement on Monday after reports came out alleging he hosted a meeting at his law offices that saw victims paid off to change their sworn statements over the alleged armed robbery involving Dunbar and New York Giants [more]

Friday night's bombshell in the case against Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar and Giants cornerback Deandre Baker regarding alleged payoffs to witnesses seemed to make their cases weaker. Baker's lawyer claims that, in reality, it's the exact opposite. "They just made our case even stronger," attorney Patrick Patel told Paul Schwartz of the New York Post. Patel [more]

A search warrant allegedly indicates that NFL cornerbacks DeAndre Baker and Quinton Dunbar were involved in a cover-up following their arrests for armed robbery stemming from a May 13 incident in Miramar, Fla, according to a New York Daily News report on Friday. According to the Daily News, a warrant obtained as public record from the Broward County (Fla.) Clerk of Courts cites video evidence, social media messages and additional testimony that allegedly show a payoff of $55,000 for the four victims of the alleged robbery, all of whom have since given sworn statements about being paid off to recant their original statements. Baker, of the New York Giants, and Dunbar, of the Seattle Seahawks, were arrested May 14 after the alleged robbery the night before.

DeAndre Baker and Quinton Dunbar allegedly paid victims to change their testimony.

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar has added a second attorney to his legal team as he disputes charges of an alleged armed robbery with New York Giants cornerback Deandre Baker in May. According to Daniel Wallach of TheAthletic.com, Dunbar submitted a notice to the Broward Country court that he was adding the law firm of [more]

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