Dunbar made four tackles (three solo) and an interception in Sunday's 19-16 win over Detroit.
It was Dunbar's first interception since Week 6 against Miami. The Florida product needs just eight tackles to surpass the career-high 39 he set last season.
Dunbar (hamstring) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.
Dunbar appears to have fully recovered from the hamstring issue he suffered last Thursday against the Vikings. Barring any setbacks, the 27-year old looks set to draw his usual start against the Bills on Sunday.
Dunbar (hamstring) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday.
Dunbar suffered the hamstring injury during last Thursday's loss to the Vikings but his limited participation Wednesday puts him on track for Week 9. The 27-year-old has 25 tackles (21 solo) and three interceptions in six games this season.
Dunbar is questionable to return to Thursday's game against the Vikings due to a hamstring injury.
Fellow cornerback Josh Norman didn't play for the first couple drives, but Norman got off the sidelines just before Dunbar went down. Still, losing Dunbar is a major issue for an already unimpressive Redskins defense.
Dunbar finished with six tackles (five solo) and an interception in Sunday's 17-16 win over Miami.
Dunbar's interception, midway through the second quarter, halted a Miami drive at the Redskins' 31-year-line and prevented the hosts from cutting into a 7-0 lead at the time. It was his third interception of 2019. The six tackles represented a season high for Dunbar who continues to see a regular workload in the Washington secondary.
Dunbar had three solo tackles and two interceptions in Sunday's loss to the Giants.
Rookie QB Daniel Jones had only eight incompletions Sunday, but Dunbar managed to corral two of them to grab his first picks of the season. The performance tied the 27-year-old's season high for interceptions in one game, a record he initially set in 2018. Dunbar missed the previous two games with a knee issue, but he played 65 of 78 defense snaps Sunday.
Dunbar (knee) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
Dunbar sat out Monday's loss to the Bears due to a knee injury, and he now appears back to full health. Barring any setbacks, Dunbar is on track for his usual starting role in Washington's secondary Week 4.
Dunbar (knee) has been ruled out for Monday's matchup with Chicago, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Dunbar was originally considered questionable after not being able to practice all week, but it seems he'll need more time to recover from this knee injury. The fifth-year-pro missed Week 2 against Dallas with this issue as well. Fabian Moreau (ankle) and Aaron Colvin are the likeliest candidates to take over at corner opposite Josh Norman for Monday's prime-time game.
Dunbar (knee) is listed as questionable for Monday's matchup with the Bears.
Dunbar recorded eight tackles in the Redskins' season opener, but also came out of the game with a knee injury. He subsequently missed Week 2 and was unable to practice all week. Given that information, his questionable designation appears somewhat optimistic at this point. Fabian Moreau and Aaron Colvin would presumably be in line for increased workloads should he ultimately sit.
Dunbar (knee) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Cowboys.
Dunbar had been listed as questionable after missing some practice time during the week. With Fabian Moreau (ankle) also inactive, look for Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Jimmy Moreland to see increased roles in the secondary.
Dunbar (knee) is considered questionable for Sunday's divisional matchup with the Cowboys, Craig Hoffman of 106-7 The Fan Washington reports.
Dunbar was limited in Wednesday's practice and missed Thursday's session altogether. According to John Keim of ESPN.com, the 27-year-old's knee swelled up after Wednesday's practice. If Dunbar ultimately can't suit up Sunday, Fabian Moreau (ankle) would likely fill in if he's able to play. Otherwise, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie could see extra time on the field as well.
Dunbar (knee) did not practice Thursday, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports.
Dunbar was limited in practice with a knee issue Wednesday and does not appear to have progressed in his recovery. He'll have one more chance day to practice in full ahead of Sunday's contest against the Cowboys. With Fabian Moreau (ankle) and Montae Nicholson (foot) also banged up, Washington's secondary could end up depleted due to injury Week 2.
Dunbar recorded a team-high nine tackles (eight solo) over 64 snaps in Sunday's 32-27 loss to the Eagles.
Dunbar was on the field for 85 percent of the defense's plays. The 27-year-old left the game in the third quarter to deal with cramps but quickly returned to the field. Dunbar figures to continue seeing a starting role at cornerback opposite Josh Norman in the coming weeks after missing 11 games last season.
Dunbar returned to Sunday's game against the Eagles after he had been dealing with cramps.
Dunbar was dealing with cramps early in the third quarter, but as evidenced by this news, made a quick return. He'll resume his role as one of the starting cornerbacks opposite Josh Norman.
Dunbar left Sunday's game against the Eagles with cramps but is expected to return.
Dunbar laid on the field following a tackle he made in the third quarter, and as evidenced by this news, it's nothing considered to be serious. While he's out, however, Jimmy Moreland should be in line to fill in for Dunbar.
Dunbar (illness) started Thursday's preseason game against the Bengals.
Dunbar didn't record a statistic in the contest, but he was able to make his return after missing time earlier in camp due to an illness. The 27-year-old figures to play a big role in the Redskins' secondary after missing 11 games in 2018 due to a nerve issue in his shin.
Dunbar did not practice Sunday due to an illness, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
The Redskins didn't expand on what sort of illness Dunbar is dealing with, so it likely isn't anything too serious. The defensive back had just made his way back from a nerve injury in his leg that cut his 2018 campaign short.
Dunbar (shin) feels "100 percent" and is ready for training camp, Andrew Breitfelder of the Redskins' official site reports.
Dunbar logged 39 tackles (35 solo), nine pass breakups and two interceptions over seven games in 2018 before sustaining a nerve injury in his leg. The 26-year-old figures to play a large role in Washington's secondary this season after appearing in 29 games over the 2016 and 2017 campaigns, racking up 61 tackles (53 solo), 13 pass breakups, two interceptions and a fumble recovery.
Dunbar (shin) didn't participate in OTAs but is progressing nicely from injury, Tarik El-Bashir of The Athletic reports.
Head coach Jay Gruden was optimistic about Dunbar, saying he's doing very well, but the team is taking a cautious approach with his recovery, per El-Bashir. Dunbar is rehabbing a shin injury sustained Week 9 in which there was a nerve problem in his leg, and the team placed him on injured reserve. It's still uncertain whether the 26-year-old will be ready for training camp or not.
Dunbar (shin) is dealing with mild nerve damage but expects to participate fully in offseason workouts, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
Dunbar is rehabbing a shin injury sustained in Week 9, the severity of which ultimately landed him on injured reserve. It's certainly good news that the 26-year-old is not expected miss any time during offseason workouts, and that he will not require a particularly lengthy recovery period.
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