In the past, I reported on the fact that David Isn’t Dunn Yet and how David may be Dunn, But Not Dead after Kyle Boller decided to pick him up for representation. Well Frank Gore saw the future for David Dunn, which will not be so bright for the next 18 months.
Sports Law Blog reported last week that Dunn accepted a 18 month suspension from the NFLPA, and decided against going through with an arbitration hearing [David Dunn Accepts 18-Month Suspension]. Do you think that Kyle Boller is rethinking his recent decision?
At least Boller knows that he has a secure job at Burger King if he wants it [YouTube – bollerking].
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