Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that an MRI confirmed that Dupree suffered the season-ending injury. He will have surgery to repair the injury at some point and begin rehabbing with eyes on the 2021 season.
Dupree’s outlook for that season is a lot different as a result of the injury. Dupree was playing this year on a franchise tag and his work as a pass rusher positioned himself for a nice payday in the offseason, but the torn ACL may make some suitors wary of making a big investment in him.
Dupree ends the year with 31 tackles, eight sacks, eight tackles for loss, 15 quarterback hits, and two forced fumbles.