Allen Bernard Hurns was born on November 12,1991 and is an American football wide receiver who is a free agent.
39 Facts About Allen Hurns
Allen Hurns was signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars as an undrafted free agent in 2014.
Allen Hurns played college football at the University of Miami.
Allen Hurns played high school football as a wide receiver and ran track.
Allen Hurns placed 3rd in the 400 meters at the 2008 Hallandale Invitational, setting a personal-best time of 50.30 seconds.
Allen Hurns accepted a football scholarship from the University of Miami.
Allen Hurns started 8 out of 11 games, making 28 receptions for 314 yards, an 11.2-yard average and four touchdowns.
Allen Hurns did not play in the third game against Bethune-Cookman University because of a concussion.
Allen Hurns suffered a broken left thumb in the tenth game against the University of Virginia.
Allen Hurns received the Jack Harding Award as the Hurricanes Most Valuable Player, after setting the school single-season record with 1,162 receiving yards.
On November 29,2015, Allen Hurns was hospitalized after a head injury during Week 11 against the San Diego Chargers by hitting his head after attempting a diving catch.
Allen Hurns was released from the hospital later that day.
Allen Hurns did not practice on December 3,2015, and remained in concussion protocol.
Allen Hurns finished the 2015 season with 64 receptions, 1,031 yards and 10 touchdowns, which all remain his current career highs.
Allen Hurns was ranked 89th by his fellow players on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2016.
On June 2,2016, Allen Hurns signed a four-year, $40 million contract extension with $16 million guaranteed.
Allen Hurns regressed in the 2016 season from his successful season the previous year.
Allen Hurns started and appeared in every game up until Week 13.
Allen Hurns suffered a hamstring injury against the Buffalo Bills that sidelined him for the final 5 games of the season.
On October 22, Allen Hurns caught five passes against the Indianapolis Colts and topped 100 yards for the first time since December 2015.
On his 26th birthday, Allen Hurns caught a season high seven passes for seventy yards but left the game with an ankle injury against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Allen Hurns was declared inactive from the tenth to the fifteenth game of the season with an ankle injury.
Allen Hurns was shutout in the Wild Card Round win against the Buffalo Bills and only caught one pass in the Divisional Round win against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
On March 20,2018, Allen Hurns was released by the Jaguars.
On March 23,2018, Allen Hurns signed a two-year contract with the Dallas Cowboys worth up to $12 million, who were looking to upgrade their receiving corps after releasing wide receiver Dez Bryant on April 13.
Allen Hurns changed his jersey number to 17 to honor the Parkland Shooting victims.
Allen Hurns was named the starter over Williams in the second game against the New York Giants.
Allen Hurns was used very sparingly in the latter half of the season, losing his starting position after the Cowboys traded a 2019 first-round draft choice to the Oakland Raiders in exchange for Amari Cooper on October 22, to take over the number one receiver role and gave more playing time to rookie Michael Gallup.
Allen Hurns finished the regular season setting career-lows in receptions and receiving yards.
Allen Hurns tied a career-low in receiving touchdowns with two.
On January 5,2019, Allen Hurns suffered a serious ankle injury after being tackled by Seattle Seahawks safety Bradley McDougald, in the first quarter of the Wild Card Round of the NFC playoffs.
Allen Hurns's left foot was turned 90 degrees outward as he laid on the ground and had to be popped back into place by doctors.
Allen Hurns was placed on injured reserve on January 8,2019.
On July 23,2019, Allen Hurns was released by the Cowboys due to salary cap reasons after the team asked him to reduce his salary and he declined.
On July 26,2019, Allen Hurns signed a one-year deal with the Miami Dolphins, his hometown team.
Allen Hurns missed the fourth game against the Los Angeles Chargers with a concussion.
Allen Hurns finished his first season with the Dolphins with 32 receptions for 416 yards and two touchdowns.
Allen Hurns chose to opt-out of the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic on August 4,2020.
On March 24,2022, Allen Hurns was released by the Dolphins.