Warrick Dunn Buys A Piece Of The Falcons

December 17th, 2009

It seems Warrick Dunn prefers Atlanta over Tampa Bay.

Pat “Vacation Man” Yasinskas, of BSPN.com, is reporting Dunn has bought a share of the Falcons.

“It’s interesting because Warrick, to my knowledge, never officially turned in his retirement papers. Arthur Blank and he are very, very close,” Yasinskas said speaking on 1040 AM this morning. “Much like in Tampa, Warrick was a huge part of the community up there. I’m not at all suprised by it. …Arthur Blank still owns at least 90 percent of the team.”

Joe wishes Dunn nothing but the best.

Joe has no clue whether a minority owner can play for his team. And while it’s doubtful Dunn would return to the field, it’s an interesting question.

One Response to “Warrick Dunn Buys A Piece Of The Falcons”

  1. D-Rome Says:

    That’s surprising news. Good news, but surprising. Honestly, after last year I thought Dunn still had enough in tank to keep playing. Regardless, I hope for the very best for him.