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New York Jets lose safety Antonio Allen (Achilles) for season

The New York Jets feared the worst when safety Antonio Allen went down with a non-contact injury on Thursday. The initial concern was that Allen tore his Achilles' tendon, an injury that would sideline him for the entire season. On Friday, those fears were confirmed when an MRI revealed Allen did indeed tear his Achilles' tendon.Allen was a valuable backup for the Jets last season...
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August 07, 2015  |  Discuss

New York Jets’ lose Antonio Allen for the year with ACL injury

When Antonio Allen left practice yesterday with what they were calling an Achilles injury, the New York Jets feared the worst.  It would appear that has occurred. Multiple reports have surfaced on Twitter that Allen is lost for the year.  As of the writing of this post, there is no confirmation of an ACL tear, but that is the most likely scenario.  Per the team website, the team...
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August 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Week One Preview: Oakland Raiders at New York Jets

Because quarterbacks run the sports world, analysts announced and perhaps bemoaned the fact that no rookie quarterback would start for an NFL team on opening day this year, after the Jacksonville Jaguars, Cleveland Browns and Minnesota Vikings each named veteran starters instead of their first-round choices. But as they often do, analysts forgot that the draft is longer than one...
September 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Jets Injury Update: Antonio Allen out with head injury

Antonio Allen, defensive back of the New York Jets, exited the third preseason game for the Jets with what was called a head injury. During the game he had been ruled questionable for return, but he never reappeared. With the way the NFL is handling concussions nowadays, it's not a surprise to see the Jets be cautious with Allen.#453981114 / gettyimages.comAccording to Darryl...
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August 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Antonio Allen Embraces New Role at Cornerback

Image: Getty Images When the chips are down, Rex Ryan buys more chips. Safety Antonio Allen is used to position changes. During his first two years at the University of South Carolina, Allen played linebacker, in spite of his more DB-esque dimensions — out of high school, Allen measured 6’1″ and weighed 177 lbs. He was moved to safety to begin his junior season and eventually...
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August 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Meet Antonio Allen: The Jets Breakout Player of 2014

Antonio Allen will shortly become a household name for members of Jets Nation. The free safety was drafted in the seventh round of the 2o12 NFL Draft, out of South Carolina. Allen has played safety, at times, through his first two years in the league, being more heavily featured on special teams. Allen saw time in the secondary last season, but the Ed Reed signing significantly cut...
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April 15, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 NFL Draft Prospect: Ha’Sean “Ha-Ha” Clinton-Dix

As the 2014 NFL Draft talk begins to heat up, it is time to take a look at various prospects that could be on the New York Jets radar. While the Jets saw excellent improvement from young safety Antonio Allen this past season, adding a ball hawk in the draft would help the back end of the secondary. Lets take a look at a guy who is considered the best safety in the 2014 draft class...
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January 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Weekly Rewind: Ed Reed’s affect on Antonio Allen and more…

In case you missed it: Columns from the cover32 universe to get you ready for the Divisional Playoff round. Here are the latest headlines featuring the New York Jets: New York Jets - How Ed Reed affected Antonio Allen (READ) - Five best receiver prospects for the Jets (READ) - Do the Jets need to add a running back? (READ) - PODCAST: Life with Rex; is Geno the right fit? (READ...
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January 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Reeding into it: How Ed Reed affected Antonio Allen

They had to go for it. In the midst of a playoff push, who wouldn’t go to a future Hall of Famer known for his ability to take the ball away and make things happen. Ed Reed’s career statistics read like this: 64 interceptions, 11 forced fumbles, 10 fumble recoveries and seven returns for touchdown. That first number is good for 6th ALL TIME. That’s ahead of the likes of some...
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January 09, 2014  |  Discuss

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