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Titans linebacker Bud Dupree gets off scot-free by pleading guilty to minor assault charge

Titans LB Bud Dupree has plead guilty to a lesser assault charge after an altercation with a Walgreens employee.



TMZ Sports reports that Bud Dupree, a linebacker for the Tennessee Titans, pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of assault on Monday and was sentenced to six months’ probation for an incident that occurred earlier this year at a Walgreens in the Nashville area.

The report states that Dupree reached a plea agreement on Monday and pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor charge of assault (offensive or provocative). As a first offense, he was charged with simple assault (fear of bodily injury).

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On January 2, Dupree and some friends were at a Walgreens when an altercation broke out between them and an employee. Dupree allegedly started a “physical altercation” by grabbing the male employee and his phone while he was filming.

Before the police could arrive, Dupree fled. Then, in February, he surrendered to authorities.


In his rookie year with the Titans, Dupree played in 11 games and recorded 17 tackles and three sacks. The 29-year-old is in year two of a $82.5 million contract with the Titans that he signed five years ago.