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07/24/14 - TE Dwayne Allen has been given the green light to begin training camp. Allen was sidelined last season with a hip injury. He hopes to go through full drills at the start of camp.
06/01/14 - TE Dwayne Allen, who missed most of the 2013 season with a hip injury, was a full-go during the first week of Colts OTA practice sessions. Allen had a strong rookie season in 2012, but was hurt against Oakland last September. He became an integral part of the Colts' passing offense two seasons ago and hopes to return to his rookie form quickly.
04/30/14 - TE Dwayne Allen says that he has recovered from surgery on both hips from a stress fracture in his foot.
"(I'm at) 126.7 percent," Allen recently joked. He said later that while he wasn't sure how much work that he would be able to do at the start of preseason conditioning workouts, he has been fully cleared by team doctors to literally hit the ground running.
01/14/14 - TE Dwayne Allen hopes to be cleared by team medical personnel to start off-field work after he missed most of the 2013 season with a groin injury. Allen's surgical procedure was more extensive than originally planned, which pushed his rehab schedule from an expected four months to six months. He is not sure if he will be participating in the Colts' OTA workouts in the spring but fully expects to be ready to go by the start of training camp.
09/19/13 - TE Dwayne Allen (hip) will have season-ending surgery. Allen was hurt in the Colts' regular-season opener with Oakland. The Colts had hoped that rest and rehab would help the injury but a doctor's visit this week changed those plans.