For the first time as a Tennessee Titan, Bud Dupree hit the practice field on Friday morning. The prized free agent addition was sidelined for the first week of camp as he recovered from a knee injury that he suffered last season with the Steelers.
The Titans removed Dupree from the PUP list this morning.
Titans activate OLB Bud Dupree off Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list— Tennessee Titans (@Titans) August 6, 2021
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Dupree passed a physical and was seen on the field warming up in the early moments of Friday’s practice session.
The 28 year old pass rusher racked up eight sacks in 11 games with Pittsburgh last season before the injury. He posted an 11.5 sack season back in 2019, emerging as one of the better pass rushers in the league.
Dupree signed a five year deal with Tennessee during the offseason, worth up to $82.5 million. He joins Harold Landry on the edge for the Titans, as Jon Robinson hopes he’s finally found his solution to his team’s pass rushing woes.
Additionally, wide receiver Josh Reynolds was also spotted on the practice field for the first time during camp.