To increase the flexibility and scalability of deep convolution neural networks in the context of MRI reconstruction, a framework is proposed using bandpass filtering. The introduction of bandpass filtering enables us to leverage imaging physics while ensuring that the final reconstruction is consistent with known measurements to maintain diagnostic accuracy. We demonstrate this architecture for reconstructing subsampled datasets of contrast-enhanced T1-weighted volumetric scans of the abdomen. Additionally, we demonstrate the generality of the framework through the reconstruction of wave-encoded 2D single-shot fast-spin-echo scans of the abdomen. The proposed technique performs comparably with state-of-the-art techniques while offering the ability for simple parallelization and increase computational speed.