The Cardinals on Friday were awarded a waiver claim on defensive tackle Christian Tupou, who was let go Thursday by the 49ers.
The 25-year-old Tupou played in five games with the Bears as a rookie last season and had three tackles. The 6-foot-2, 300-pounder entered the league as an undrafted rookie free agent after playing collegiately at USC and split his rookie season between...
The Arizona Cardinals claimed DT Christian Tupou off of waivers from the 49ers on Friday, according to the NFL transaction release.
Tupou, 25, originally signed with the Bears as an undrafted free agent out of USC back in 2012. He later joined the 49ers in January of this year, but was recently released to make room for QB Josh Johnson who was signed earlier in the week. ...
Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports that the San Francisco 49ers have released DT Christian Tupou.
Tupou was signed on January 22 to a reserve/future contract. He was released in a corresponding move to the 49ers’ signing of QB Josh Johnson, to make room on the 90-man roster.
Tupou, 25, went undrafted out of USC, but was signed by the Chicago Bears in 2012.
Bears undrafted rookie defensive tackle Christian Tupou is an active member of Chicago’s roster, fulfilling a lifelong dream. He discusses being signed by the Bears, his first NFL game and more.
Seeking depth across the defensive line in the wake of injuries to starter Henry Melton and his backup Nate Collins, the Chicago Bears made a roster move for reinforcement. The club’s release follows: The Chicago Bears elevated DT Christian Tupou (two-poe) to the active roster from the practice squad and placed DT Nate Collins on injured reserve due to a [...]
The Chicago Bears have elevated defensive tackle Christian Tupou from the practice squad to the active roster and have placed defensive tackle Nate Collins on injured reserve.
The Chicago Bears have signed DT Christian Tupou to the team's practice squad and terminated the contract of DE Aston Whiteside.
Bears rookie Christian Tupou, whose collegiate career was derailed by injuries, believes his fierce will to win will make him an asset to the team as the club’s No. 4 defensive tackle.