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  • Packers' Grant DuBose: Staying with Green Bay

    The Packers signed DuBose to a reserve/future contract Monday. DuBose spent most of his rookie season on Green Bay's practice squad, and now he'll get a chance to compete for a spot on its 53-man roster for 2024. He caught 63 passes for 787 yards and nine touchdowns at UNC-Charlotte in 2022.
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  • Grant DuBose: Back to practice squad

    DuBose reverted to the Packers' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. DuBose was a healthy scratch for Week 18 despite Christian Watson (hamstring) being ruled out ahead of the Packers' regular-season finale. It was the only time DuBose was elevated to the active roster this season, and the rookie seventh-round pick will have to wait until 2024 to make his NFL debut unless he's needed during Green Bay's upcoming postseason run.
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  • Packers' Grant DuBose: Elevated from practice squad

    DuBuse was elevated to the Packers' active roster Saturday. DuBose could make his Green Bay debut in the regular-season finale. He will be available to provide depth at receiver as well as contribute on special teams. Christian Watson (hamstring), Jayden Reed (chest) and Dontayvion Wicks (chest) are all questionable.
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  • Grant DuBose: Joins Green Bay's practice squad

    DuBose is signing with the Packers' practice squad Wednesday, Ryan Wood of USA Today reports. DuBose was let go by the Packers on Tuesday but will rejoin the organization a day later after going unclaimed on waivers. The rookie seventh-round pick will attempt to make an impression on Green Bay's practice squad.
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  • Packers' Grant DuBose: Gets into first game

    DuBose was targeted four times and caught two passes for 27 yards in Saturday's 21-17 preseason loss to the Patriots. DuBose did not suit up for Green Bay's preseason opener while working his way back from an unspecified injury, but he was able to take the field in his team's second exhibition contest and make a mark. DuBose will have one more chance to show what he can do in a game setting before the Packers decide whether or not to break camp with him on the roster.
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  • Packers' Grant DuBose: Activated off NFI list

    DuBose (undisclosed) has passed his physical and been activated off the Packers' active/non-football injury list, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. DuBose, a seventh-round selection by the Packers in the 2023 NFL Draft, is competing for a depth wide receiver role in Green Bay. If he were to ultimiately make enough of impression to land on the 53-man roster, he would likely be a candidate to contribute on special teams as well.
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  • Packers' Grant DuBose: Lands on NFI list

    DuBose (undislosed) will start camp on the active/NFI list, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. DuBose was selected by the Packers in the seventh round of the 2023 NFL Draft. He recorded 15 touchdowns and 126 receptions across 24 games in his final two collegiate seasons. When healthy, he is expected to compete for a depth wide receiver spot during training camp.
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  • Packers' Grant DuBose: Added by Pack in seventh round

    The Packers selected DuBose in the seventh round of the 2023 NFL Draft, 256th overall. DuBose spent three seasons at Charlotte and was a threat inside the red zone. Across 24 games in his final two seasons, he tallied 15 touchdowns and 126 receptions. The Packers added Jayden Reed and Dontayvion Wicks ahead of DuBose in the draft, so he may have a hard time cracking the roster out of training camp.
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