On Friday, the Eagles announced the addition to their roster of a two-time Olympian.
Due to a knee injury, Devon Allen's college football career was over at the University of Oregon. It's hard to believe Allen hasn't been in a game since 2016.
Since that injury, he has competed in two Olympic Games in the 110-meter hurdles. In this event, he's a three-time national
He finished sixth in the event at the 2016 Rio Olympics, and then fourth in the event at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020..
He clocked a time of 13:03 seconds to win the 2016 Olympic Trials. It took him just 13.14 seconds to complete the '21 Olympic event.
Allen accumulated 919 receiving yards and eight touchdowns during his three-year college football career.
By participating in this year's Oregon Pro Day, Allen opted to return to the gridiron. A time of 4.35 seconds was posted by wide receiver Deonte Thompson, who is 27 years old.
By participating at this year's Oregon Pro Day, Allen opted to return to football.
The wide receiver, who is 27 years old, ran a 4.35-second 40-yard dash at the competition.