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Nate Allen was injured in the second quarter of the Eagles-Giants game.
He was down for a few minutes and was helped off the field. It appears that he injured his right knee.
The Giants have the ball and are at the Eagles’ 14-yard line. They lead 14-3.
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Safety Nate Allen tore his patella tendon in the second quarter of the Eagles-Giants game.
He left the game on a cart and will not return. I would be shocked if he played again this season.
The Eagles are getting destroyed, 24-3.
There was one downer in an otherwise amazing Sunday of Eagles football: Nate Allen injured his knee and is out for the season. The rookie safety, who was drafted by the Eagles with the pick they acquired from the Redskins for Donovan McNabb, ruptured his patellar tendon and will be placed on injured reserve.Allen had a great September but has since hit the wall down the stretch...
23-year old rookie safety Nate Allen has been outstanding for the Eagles so far this year. Allen has played in 12 games for the Eagles so far this year and he has 45 tackles, 2 sacks, 2 tackles for a loss, 8 passes defensed, 3 interceptions and 1 forced fumble. Allen is third on the Eagles in interceptions and they have 22 as a team this year! Allen was part of a deep draft...
Nate Allen's impressive rookie season is likely over.Nate Allen went to the ground and immediately began grabbing his knee without any contact in the second quarter. It's eerily similar to the way Brandon Graham tore his ACL, and actually the way most ligament tears happen.By my guess, Allen suffered the same fate.He was on the ground writhing in pain the same way Graham...
Eagles rookie safety Nate Allen has a ruptured patellar tendon in his right knee and will have season-ending surgery.
The Philadelphia Eagles announced that rookie safety Nate Allen has officially been placed on injured reserve. Allen, the 37th overall pick of the 2010 NFL Draft, ruptured the patellar tendon in his knee on Sunday. The NFL's Defensive Rookie of the Month in September, Allen totaled 48 tackles, 2 quarterback sacks, and 3 interceptions in 13 games this season. Philadelphia has...
Philadelphia Eagles rookie safety Nate Allen has a ruptured patellar tendon in his right knee and will have season-ending surgery.
According to 610 WIP Radio's Howard Eskin, Philadelphia Eagles starting FS Nate Allen suffered a torn patella tendon in his right knee during the first half of Sunday's game against the host New York Giants. Eskin is also is a sideline radio reporter during Eagles' games, so the information likely came directly from the team. Allen isn't the only high-draft selection...
Philadelphia Eagles free safety Nate Allen will go under the knife sometime this week, in order to repair a ruptured patellar tendon suffered during Sunday's miracle 38-31 comeback victory over the New York Giants.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Eagles rookie safety Nate Allen has a ruptured patellar tendon in his right knee and will have season-ending surgery.
Tribune News ServicesEagles rookie safety Nate Allen has a ruptured patellar tendon in his right knee and will have season-ending surgery.
Allen, drafted with the second-round pick Philadelphia acquired from
Washington in the Donovan McNabb trade, is the fourth defensive starter
to go down for the season for the Eagles, who loom as a potential playoff hurdle for the Bears. A potential...
Seventh round pick rookie Kurt Coleman is now the Eagles’ starting free safety, with second-round rookie Nate Allen rupturing his right patellar tendon late in the first half yesterday. Andy Reid didn’t officially say so, but Allen is done for the year. An Eagles security guard declared him off-limits to reporters as Allen fetched his [...]
by David ElfinFiled under: Eagles, NFC East, NFL InjuriesAt 10-4, the Philadelphia Eagles have taken control of the NFC East, needing just to beat Minnesota (5-8 heading into Monday's game with NFC North leader Chicago) and Dallas (5-9) at home to secure their first division title in five years.
However, the Eagles' consecutive tight road victories over NFC East rivals...