Allen Hurns RUMORS & NEWS

  • Cowboys front office pushes back against report Allen Hurns will be released

    Sportsnaut "There are conflicting reports swirling around the Dallas Cowboys and receiver Allen Hurns, who suffered a gruesome ankle injury in the playoffs last season. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Tuesday morning that Hurns would be released after Dallas failed to get him to take less..." July 23

  • Dallas Cowboys Release Allen Hurns 6 Months After Dislocating Ankle, Fracturing Knee

    Pro Football Rumors "The Cowboys are cutting wide receiver Allen Hurns, a source tells ESPN.com’s Adam Schefter (on Twitter). The Cowboys were reportedly asking Hurns to take a pay cut this offseason and his release could be related to that matter.  Hurns signed a two-year, $12MM..." July 23

  • Cowboys' Allen Hurns runs routes, says he'll be ready

    ESPN "For the first time since suffering a gruesome ankle injury in January, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Allen Hurns ran routes and said he expects to be full go for the start of training camp. Hurns, who said he is about "90 percent" after suffering a dislocated ankle and broken..." June 11

  • Allen Hurns continues his rehab from gruesome injury

    Pro Football Talk "After Allen Hurns gruesome lower leg injury in the postseason, some wondered whether he would ever return from such a serious injury. Then, the Cowboys signed Randall Cobb in free agency, prompting questions about Hurns’ future with the team. Hurns continues rehabbing a..." May 26

  • Cowboys To Ask Allen Hurns To Take Pay Cut

    Pro Football Rumors "Allen Hurns’ agent Drew Rosenhaus said today that the team hasn’t asked his client to take a pay-cut or restructure his contract yet, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t coming. “It is only a matter of time” and the team does plan to ask him to take a pay cut, a..." March 25

  • Report: Cowboys expected to pick up WR Allen Hurns option for 2019

    Blogging The Boys "It has been just two months since Allen Hurns suffered his horrific injury in the Cowboys Wild Card game against the Seattle Seahawks at AT&T Stadium. Hurns’ 2018 season did not go as planned after signing a one-year, $4.375 million dollar with the..." March 08