There would certainly be some irony if Baker winds up in the same secondary as Quinton Dunbar.
Dunbar was alleged to have been part of the armed robbery that Baker was arrested and later charged with, but both had charges stemming from the incident dropped, with the Seahawks defensive back originally wanted on four counts of armed robbery with a firearm charges.
Seattle’s secondary has been one of the team’s greatest weaknesses this season, as the Seahawks are allowing 353.3 passing yards per game, the most in the NFL.
The Seahawks also have an immediate need at cornerback with both Dunbar and Griffin injured. Tre Flowers, and Linden Stephens are the only cornerbacks on the Seahawks’ roster without an injury designation, so if Baker were signed and ultimately cleared from the NFL’s Commissioner’s Exempt List, there’s little standing between him and getting on the field.