The Buffalo Bills announced that they have waived RB Anthony Allen on Monday.
Allen, 25, was selected by the Ravens in seventh round of the 2011 draft. He would play two years for the Ravens before joining the Bills back in January. Buffalo signed him to a two-year, $1.23 contract at the time.
He hasn’t appeared in a game since 2012 and it became even more unlikely that he...
The Buffalo Bills have signed three players to reserve-future contracts, including former Baltimore Ravens running back Anthony Allen.
Also signed on Tuesday were offensive guard Randy Colling and defensive end Kourtnei Brown, who was cut by the Bills before the start of the season.
Allen was selected in the seventh round of the 2011 draft by Baltimore and spent two seasons with...
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January 14, 2014
I always had high hopes for Anthony Allen's carer in Baltimore. He was and is the classic "Jack of All Trades"... running back, receiver, pass-pro blocking back, special teams...
6-1, 230... good speed.. Drafted out of Georgia Tech in the 7th round in 2011...
Now he is gone.
Allen got the news on Friday. He took it well.
I think he knows he...
The 2012 season is over for the Baltimore Ravens, and now we look onto the potential 2013 Baltimore Ravens roster changes. The Ravens will potentially be losing 30 players this offseason and that is no easy task to fix in one season. The first loss that everybody already knows about is Ray Lewis, and even the causal NFL fan would know how much of a loss that man truly is to this...
The reserves are in for the Ravens, but the offense is still rolling. Reserve running back Anthony Allen scored his first-career touchdown to put the Ravens up 7-0 as the game goes to the second quarter.
The drive was aided by a 28-yard scramble by Tyrod Taylor and an illegal use of the hands penalty by Domata Peko.
This is starting to look a lot like an exhibition game for the Ravens.
It can be argued that the 2012 Baltimore Ravens running back core is the best in team history and starting running back Ray Rice should be worried, for two reasons. Anthony Allen, Bernard Pierce, Bobby Rainey and Damien Berry are fiercely competing for a chance to back up Rice, and you can bet that whoever gets [...]
It’ll be a three-horse race to see who will back-up Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice this season. At some point, Rice will return to running with the Ravens’ first-team offense. But until he does, rookie Bernard Pierce and second-year backs Anthony Allen and Damian Berry have an opportunity to make their case as to [...]