Washington Redskins cornerback Quinton Dunbar had reached out to the team to try to restructure his deal, according to Josina Anderson of ESPN, but the team declined the conversation.

Dunbar has one year left on his deal that will pay him $3.25 million, but none of that contract is guaranteed. He said the new coaching staff doesn’t know him, and he doesn’t know them, and he wants to play for a team that will commit to him for the long-term.

According to John Keim of ESPN, if Dunbar isn’t offered a new contract or traded before training camp he will play out the final year of his deal and move onto a new team. Dunbar won’t be showing up to the team for the voluntary OTA’s as he tries to leverage the team to negotiate with him.

Reuben Foster tore multiple ligaments during OTA’s in 2019, and that also played into the decision to skip it. Dunbar was signed as an undrafted free agent out of Florida, but the team moved him to cornerback because of his length and speed.

Dunbar has been an above-average player, but keeping him on the field has been an issue. During the 2019 season, he played 11 games before suffering a hamstring injury that landed him on injured reserve.

The new front office and coaches want their guys in, and right now it appears that Dunbar isn’t going to be a part of that future. If he can have another big 2020 season, some team should offer him a large contract.