San Diego Union-Tribune "That's it. That settles it. Keenan Allen is not the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year. It makes his rookie year no less important or impressive. The Chargers wide receiver flew to New York and attended the NFL Honors show, held at the Radio City Music Hall. After a brief Alec Baldwin..." February 02
Pro Football Talk "Keenan Allen has been one of the biggest reasons that the Chargers were able to overcome the loss of wide receivers Danario Alexander and Malcom Floyd to injuries this season. The third-round pick leads the team with 967 receiving yards and ranks third with 66 catches, numbers that seemed like..." December 26
Sacramento Bee "Rod Streater and Andre Holmes have played so well of late there is no need for the Oakland Raiders to lament the one who got away. San Diego Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen, a contender for the NFL's offensive rookie of the year award, played at Cal, in the Raiders' backyard. Although in..." December 21
Chargers WR Keenan Allen (knee) is practicing today. Was sidelined most of fourth quarter Sunday.
ESPN.com "A day after his team’s disappointing loss to the Miami Dolphins, San Diego coach Mike McCoy provided some updates on players who suffered injuries against Miami. McCoy said rookie receiver Keenan Allen, who appeared to suffer a knee injury in the second half, should be available this week...." November 18
Mike McCoy on Keenan Allen: "He's fine. He'll be fine."
San Diego Union-Tribune "A foot tripped Keenan Allen on Sunday. A knee then knocked him from the game. The Chargers wide receiver had a tough first play to the fourth quarter. He suffered a right knee injury, forcing him to be a spectator for a two-minute drill that fell short in a 20-16 loss to the..." November 18
San Diego Union-Tribune "The drives he extended led to a touchdown and field goal, respectively. Tight end Antonio Gates shook his head in the locker room this week when discussing Allen's growth. A knee injury sidelined Allen for the end of his 2012 season at California. He was reportedly clocked at 4.71 seconds in..." November 02