Nate Allen RUMORS & NEWS

  • Eagles' Nate Allen denies lewd charge, calls it 'disgusting'

    Courier-Post "Philadelphia Eagles safety Nate Allen did a second interview with The News-Press (Fla.) Tuesday, this time on camera. He continued revealing his side of the story after being pulled over and handcuffed about 5 p.m. Monday on Colonial Boulevard in Fort Myers, Florida, not long after he left a Red..." February 18

  • 'Shaken' Nate Allen vows to clear name after being released by police

    CSN Philly "Nate Allen, who spent the last five years with the Eagles and will soon become an unrestricted free agent, was detained by police Monday evening in Fort Myers, Florida, and later released without being charged because of inconclusive evidence. A source close to the situation told CSN's Derrick..." February 17

  • Report: Eagles safety Nate Allen arrested in Florida

    Philly.com "Eagles safety Nate Allen was arrested Monday in Fort Myers, Fla., according to Fox 4 in Fort Myers. The Fort Myers police department has yet to release any details as to what led to Allen’s arrest " February 17

  • Eagles' Nate Allen details his jail ordeal

    Philly.com "Nate Allen said Tuesday that his Monday evening trip to the Fort Myers, Fla., lockup began when he got in his truck after leaving a restaurant around 5 p.m. Allen said as he began his drive home, he called a friend and former high school football teammate. They chatted for quite a while, and..." February 17

  • Nate Allen gets one-year deal from Eagles

    National Football Post "The Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to a one-year contract with safety Nate Allen, the team announced. Allen had 82 tackles, one sack, one forced fumble and one interception last season as he started every game. Allen has 262 career tackles, three sacks, 24 pass deflections, six..." March 17

  • Allen, secondary showing signs of getting stronger

    Courier-Post "Nate Allen seemed to be the poster child for the Eagles’ struggles in the secondary in the first few games of the season. He was getting burned deep. He was late in coverage underneath. He took bad angles on tackles. And he was constantly getting beaten up in the media to the point where it..." October 11