WILL ALLEN RUMORS & GOSSIP
According to Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com, Will Allen and Barry Church are the favorites to start at safety for the Cowboys this season.
Of all the draft picks from the 2013 class, J.J. Wilcox has been impressive. He’s around the ball, whether it’s making an interception or a knockdown. You can tell he’s picked up the defensive scheme well. The favorites to start at safety...
The Dallas Cowboys have made very few moves over the last three and half weeks in 2013 NFL Free Agency, but their budget was too tight to do hardly any spending on the open market, anyway. Making quarterback Tony Romo—who turns 33-years-old later this month and has just one career playoff victory—the highest-paid player in franchise history with a six-year contract extension...
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Former Pittsburgh Steelers safety Will Allen signed with the Dallas Cowboys this past week, and on Saturday, he was a guest on The Weekend Kickoff show on SiriusXM NFL Radio to talk with host Howard David and Amani Toomer.
At the beginning of the interview, Allen, who spent the last three years in Pittsburgh, was asked to talk about what he thought was the Steelers major problem...
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The Dallas Cowboys have made two recent moves on the defensive side of the football.
On Wednesday, they signed safety Will Allen, who previously played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Allen has not recorded an interception since 2005 and has only started nine games in the last six seasons.
2013 NFL FREE AGENCY: Full Coverage
It appears that the visit Pittsburgh Steelers unrestricted free agent safety Will Allen had with the Dallas Cowboys this week went well.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports Wednesday morning on Twitter that the Cowboys will eventually sign Allen, who started eight games last year for Steelers.
Allen played well when asked to fill in as a starter last season when Troy Polamalu went...
The Dallas Cowboys have been quiet during this free agency period, but that has not stopped the team welcoming talent to their facilities attempting to entice them.
The Cowboys plan to host free agent safety Will Allen on Monday, according to the team's official website.
The Cowboys possess just $102,000 in cap space and must find someone to play across from free safety Barry...
Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas reports on Sunday that the Dallas Cowboys will host Pittsburgh Steelers free agent safety Will Allen on Monday for a visit.
Allen started seven games for the Steelers in 2012 while starter Troy Polamalu was sidelined with his calf injury. In just over 430 snaps played on defense, Allen registered 34 total tackles, 3 defensed passes and forced one...
The Pittsburgh Steelers offseason continues on now and we too will continue on with our breakdown of the free agents as we inch closer towards the start of free agency. Next up on the list of unrestricted free agents is safety Will Allen.
Player: Will Allen
Experience: 9 Years
Free Agent Status: Unrestricted
2012 Salary Cap Hit: $1,605,000.00
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With rollover money from the 2011 season the Steelers 2012 cap officially stands at just over $121 million dollars. The number likely isn’t as high as teams were hoping, but at least it’s not lower. The Steelers will now move to signing their own restricted free agents and should Continue