Dupree had been cited with misdemeanor assault (anguish of bodily damage) after an altercation with an worker at a Walgreens in Nashville in January and grew to change into himself into authorities in February. After the plea settlement Monday, Dupree pleaded responsible to misdemeanor assault (offensive or inviting).
In January, the Metropolitan Nashville Police Division acknowledged that after a verbal altercation between the 20-year-frail male worker and a few contributors who had entered the shop, the topics then reentered the shop with Dupree, who allegedly grabbed the worker and his cell phone after which became wrathful a couple of bodily altercation with the worker forward of leaving.
The Titans declined commentary Monday on Dupree’s responsible plea when contacted by ESPN.
Dupree, 29, is entering his 2d season with the Titans after signing a 5-year, $82.5 million contract as a free agent last year. He had three sacks in 11 games last season.
ESPN’s Turron Davenport contributed to this file.