Dupre and the Chargers agreed on an undisclosed contract Sunday. Dupre has bounced around the league since entering as a seventh-round pick, spending time with the Packers, Bills and Cardinals to name a few. It's unlikely that the LSU product will make any fantasy-relevant contributions in 2019. The team sent Dylan Cantrell and Fred Trevillion packing to make room for Dupre and Jordan Smallwood.
The Cardinals released Dupre on Wednesday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. A five-star receiver recruit coming out of high school, Dupre made few waves during his college career at LSU and wasn't selected until the seventh round of the draft in 2017. He's now failed to stick with each of Green Bay, Buffalo, Houston and Arizona during his time in the pro ranks and could be running out of opportunities at the NFL level.
The Cardinals promoted Dupre to the active roster Friday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Dupre has knocked around practice squads in the NFL since being drafted in the seventh round by the Packers in the 2017 draft. The 23-year-old is unlikely to make a significant offensive impact Week 17 given the current health of the other Cardinals' wide receivers.
Dupre was released by Houston on Monday. The former LSU wideout is becoming accustomed to this move as Monday marks the second time Dupre had been ousted from Houston since September. Given his youth, there's a chance he'll be able to latch on elsewhere.
Dupre signed with the Texans' practice squad Tuesday. Dupre was cut from the Texans' practice squad last week but has quickly rejoined the unit. The 22-year-old will work to carve out a depth or special teams role with the team this time around.
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