DDevon Allen (born December 12, 1994) is a wide receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles. An American track and field athlete who specializes in the 110-meter hurdles. He was a wide receiver in the football team for the Oregon Ducks.
Devon Allen is a three-time US national champion in the 110-meter hurdles (2014, 2016, and 2018) and a two-time Olympian, having reached the finals of both the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics and the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
He set a personal best of 12.99 seconds in his final meet of the 2021 season, becoming the 13th American hurdler to ever breach the 13-second barrier in this event.
Devon Allen Career
Devon Allen is an American multi-sport athlete who plays wide receiver for the University of Oregon football team and competes in the 110 metre and 400-metre hurdles for the Oregon outdoor track and field team. He was chosen for the 2016 Summer Olympics by the United States after winning the US Olympic Trials in the 110-metre hurdles with a personal best time of 13.03 seconds.
Allen ran 13.41 seconds to qualify for the semifinals in the 110-metre hurdles at the Rio Olympics. Allen finished fifth in the finals with a time of 13.31. Allen earned his third even-numbered year national championship in a row in 2018, after winning the national title in 2014.
Devon Allen Career Awards
- 2014 Pac-12 champion
- 2014 NCAA champion – 110 meters hurdles
- 2014 U.S. national champion – 110 meters hurdles
- 2016 U.S. national champion – 110 meters hurdles
- 2018 U.S. national champion – 110 meters hurdles
- 2021 Diamond League champion – 110 meters hurdles
Devon Allen Oregon Pro Day
Devon Allen attended the University of Oregon before retiring due to a knee injury. Allen hasn't appeared in a football game since the 2016 season. After recuperating from his injuries, he went on to become a two-time Olympian in the 110m hurdles. He has three national championships in this sport.
He finished sixth in the event in the 2016 Rio Olympics, and then fourth in '21 in Tokyo. He won the 2016 Olympic Trials at the timing of 13:03 seconds. He finished the '21 Olympic race in 13.14 seconds. Allen racked up 919 yards and eight touchdowns over his three years of collegiate football.
Allen decided to participate in the Oregon Pro Day this year in order to return to football. The 27-year-old wide receiver finished fourth in the event with a 40-yard dash time of 4.35 seconds.
Devon Allen's Return to Football
Devon Allen, who placed fifth and fourth in the 110m hurdles at the last two Olympics, has reportedly stated that he intends to return to football following this track and field season. Allen, who is 27 years old, told the World Athletics Championships Oregon22, “It's now or never because I don't want to be too old.” “I don't want to wait until I'm 30 or 31 to attempt to get into the NFL.”
Allen is expected to attend Pro Day at his alma mater, the University of Oregon, on Friday, according to reports. Devon Allen, 27, will also be in Eugene for the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships in June and the World Championships, which will be hosted in the United States for the first time in July.
Allen missed out on an Olympic medal by four-hundredths of a second last year, but a month later recorded a personal best of 12.99 seconds. Only his countryman Grant Holloway, the 2019 world champion and silver medallist at the Tokyo Olympics, finished second in the world for the best time in 2021.
Allen stated when he began professional track in November 2016 that his goal was to win an Olympic gold medal in Tokyo and then return to football. “My dream scenario is to run track for the next three years, then go to the 2020 Olympics, win gold, hold the world record, put that on the line, then try to play football,” Allen continued.
Devon Allen Signed a Contract with The Philadelphia Eagles
Devon Allen signed a contract with the Philadelphia Eagles on April 8, 2022. Devon Allen put his football career on hold to focus on track after an injury halted his football career at Oregon in 2016. Allen is returning to football after a six-year hiatus.
Allen, a wide receiver at Oregon from 2014 to 2016, was signed by the Philadelphia Eagles on Friday. Allen caught 54 passes for 919 yards and eight touchdowns during his stint with the Ducks. Allen had his greatest year in 2014 when he hauled in 41 passes for 684 yards and seven touchdowns.
Allen turned his attention to track and field after suffering his second torn ACL on the football field in 2016, winning the US Olympic Track & Field Trials 110-meter hurdles and finishing fifth in the 2016 Olympics. In the 2020 Olympics, he came in fourth place.
Devon Allen competed in Oregon's Pro Day last week, where he recorded a 4.35 40-yard sprint. Allen informed reporters that the aim had always been to return to football at some point. He also intends to compete in the World Athletics Championships, which will be held in Eugene from July 15 to 24, before heading to training camp the following week.
“I wanted to come to Pro Day and declare that I was serious about this,” Allen explained. “The goal is to prepare for Worlds, compete in Worlds, win, break a world record, and win the whole thing, then go camping at the end of July when training camp begins.”That's the objective I've set for myself to make it work, and I believe it's doable.”
Devon Allen's Net Worth
Devon Allen has a net worth of $3 million and $5 million. Devon made the most of his money from his Yeezy footwear. While he had overstated the size of his business throughout the years, the money he made from it was real–enough to make him one of the richest celebrities of all time. His primary source of income is as a successful American football player.
His net worth is estimated to be between $5 and $10 million.
Devon Allen, also known by his last name, is a well-known American football player. He was born in Seattle, Washington, on December 12, 1994. Seattle is a beautiful and bustling city in the United States of America, located in Seattle, Washington. Devon Allen began his career as a football player in the United States. After completing his formal education in his early years.
He was a wide receiver for the Oregon Ducks football team. Devon Allen is a three-time US national champion in the 110-meter hurdles (2014, 2016 and 2018) and a two-time Olympian, having competed in the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics and reaching the finals in both the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
He recorded a personal best of 12.99 seconds in his final meeting of the 2021 season, becoming the 13th American handicap player to break the 13-second barrier in the event. Allen signed a contract with the Philadelphia Eagles on April 8, 2022.