Unlike DeAndre Baker, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar will be able to play football in 2020.
According to ESPN, Dunbar is being removed from the commissioner's exempt list, and it's expected to become official on Sunday.
Although the move will allow him to rejoin the Seahawks, he still could face a suspension.
On Friday, Florida officials declined to charge Dunbar in connection with a robbery due to insufficient evidence. The original arrest warrant stated Dunbar and Baker stole money and watches while armed with semi-automatic weapons.
Baker is facing a minimum 10-year jail sentence after being charged with four counts of robbery with a firearm.
Dunbar, who spent the first five seasons of his career with the Washington Football Team, had four interceptions and 31 solo tackles last season.