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08/17/17 - WR Malachi Dupre is in the concussion protocol and won't play Saturday at Washington.
08/11/17 - Rookie WR Malachi Dupre suffered a concussion and left the game on a stretcher after he was leveled by Eagles safety Tre Sullivan. Green Bay third-year cornerback Damarious Randall also left with a concussion, but both players were back with the team Friday.
"Malachi Dupre and actually Damarious Randall both were here today, good spirits, both doing good and they're both in the concussion protocol," Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said Friday.
McCarthy turned tapes of both hits into the NFL, and the league will now determine if the blows were illegal.
"There's emphasis each and every year about how can we make the league better," McCarthy said. "Obviously player safety is at the forefront of that, and when you see things like those two hits last night, they're definitely of concern in the area of player safety. You don't want to see your players ever get injured, specifically if it's not within the climate of what the league's looking for as far as the proper way to block or so forth."
04/22/15 - LSU receiver Malachi Dupre looks ready to fulfill the promise he showed during an intermittently spectacular freshman season. Dupre produced some of the most memorable highlights from LSU's spring game Saturday, making a difficult adjustment on a 37-yard touchdown reception from Anthony Jennings and a diving catch on a 35-yard scoring strike from Brandon Harris. "I'm very confident moving forward. The difference is I have a year under my belt," Dupre said. "I know what I have to do to dominate." The sophomore from suburban New Orleans was the nation's top-rated recruit at receiver in 2014, when he made 14 catches for 318 yards and five TDs. He had four catches Saturday for 112 yards and two touchdowns.
Harris and Jennings, who are competing for the starting job, split time with the first-team offense. Jennings, who'll be a junior next season, finished 13 of 20 for 242 yards and two TDs. Harris, who'll be a sophomore, was 11 of 17 for 178 yards and two scores. "Our quarterbacks are more capable, more confident," coach Les Miles said. "Who's the best quarterback? I'm going to defer and let competition play out." - AP Sports