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Draft Scout Ryan Allen News
12/10/14 - P Ryan Allen was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his impressive work in the win in San Diego last Sunday night. Allen notched a 49.4-yard average on his five punts in the game, placing four of those kicks inside the Chargers 13-yard line (13, 10, 11 and 10). Allen's impressive night included a 44-yard net average and a long punt of 60 yards.
Allen's award marks the Patriots fifth AFC Player of the Week honor this season. RB Jonas Gray and QB Tom Brady won on offense, DE Chandler Jones on defense and DT Chris Jones on special teams.
01/15/14 - P Ryan Allen (shoulder) was limited in practice on Wednesday. Allen was knocked out of the divisional round win after chasing down an errant snap that led to a safety against the Colts.
01/13/14 - P Ryan Allen left the divisional round victory over the Colts with a right shoulder injury late in the second quarter and did not return. The rookie suffered the injury chasing down an errant punt snap that led to a safety. He stayed into the game for the ensuing free kick, but then went to the locker room and did not return.
09/02/13 - P Ryan Allen, the undrafted rookie, not only beat out veteran Zoltan Mesko for the punting job in New England but will also take over the job as holder for kicker Stephen Gostkowski's field goals and PATs.
05/03/13 - Patriots sign 19 Rookie Free Agents...Allen, 23, began his career at Oregon State before transferring to Louisiana Tech. The 6-2, 215-pounder, was named the Ray Guy Award winner in 2011 and 2012, becoming the first player to claim the award in back-to-back seasons. - New England Patriots