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Keenan Allen



Experience: 12 years

Height: 6-2

Age: 32

Weight: 211 lbs

College: California


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  • YDS
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  • TDS


3 08/26/2023 @49ers W 23 - 12
2 08/20/2023 Saints L 17 - 22
1 08/13/2023 @Rams W 34 - 17

Regular Season

18 01/07/2024 Chiefs L 12 - 13
17 12/31/2023 @Broncos L 9 - 16
16 12/24/2023 Bills L 22 - 24
15 12/15/2023 @Raiders L 21 - 63
14 12/10/2023 Broncos L 7 - 24 6 68 11.3 22 0
13 12/03/2023 @Patriots W 6 - 0 5 58 11.6 16 0
12 11/27/2023 Ravens L 10 - 20 14 106 7.6 21 0 1 1
11 11/19/2023 @Packers L 20 - 23 10 116 11.6 38 1
10 11/12/2023 Lions L 38 - 41 11 175 15.9 38 2
9 11/07/2023 @Jets W 27 - 6 8 77 9.6 23 0
8 10/30/2023 Bears W 30 - 13 8 69 8.6 26 0
7 10/22/2023 @Chiefs L 17 - 31 4 55 13.8 26 0
6 10/17/2023 Cowboys L 17 - 20 7 85 12.1 23 1
4 10/01/2023 Raiders W 24 - 17 3 32 10.7 22 1
3 09/24/2023 @Vikings W 28 - 24 18 215 11.9 25 0 1 0
2 09/17/2023 @Titans L 24 - 27 8 111 13.9 42 2
1 09/10/2023 Dolphins L 34 - 36 6 76 12.7 36 0 2 6 3 4 0



  • 11-year vet arrives in Chicago after spending entire career with the Chargers
  • Over 139 games (134 starts), has accumulated 10,530 yards on 904 catches for 59 touchdowns
  • Has also rushed 18 times for 113 yards
  • Since entering the league in 2013, ranks third in receptions, fourth in targets (1,309), sixth in receiving yards and tied for tenth in receiving touchdowns


  • Saw a career-high in receptions (108), a franchise-record, for a total of 1,243 receiving yards
  • Ranked third amongst all NFL receivers in yards per game (95.6)
  • 1,249 scrimmage yards were also the second-most in a season in career


  • In nine regular-season starts, totaled 752 yards on 66 receptions (11.4 avg.) and four touchdowns
  • Hauled in six receptions for 61 yards (10.2 avg.) with four first downs in the playoff matchup against Jacksonville
  • Closed out the regular season with 50 catches from Week 13 to 18, the most by any player in the NFL over that stretch
  • Over the final five games, was one of just two players with over 40 catches and 400 receiving yards
  • Tied the longest streak in team history with four-straight games of six receptions and 80 yards from Week 13 through 16
  • Was one of six Chargers to top 500 receiving yards and three TD catches on the year, setting the record for most players to do so on the same team in a single season in NFL history


  • Selected to fifth-straight Pro Bowl
  • Started 16 games, hauling in a then franchise-record 106 catches for 1,138 yards (10.7 avg) and six touchdowns
  • Extended streak of seasons with 95 or more receptions to five consecutive, good for the second-longest streak in NFL history
  • The 1,000-yard season marked the fifth of career, the most by a Charger in the last 50 years
  • The season also marked fourth with 100 receptions, including his third consecutive
  • Posted four games with 100-plus receiving yards, making it 31 for career
  • Reached 700 career receptions in Week 12, 104th career game, tying WR Antonio Brown as the fastest player ever to eclipse that mark
  • Climbed to No. 4 on the team's all-time receiving yards list, passing WR Gary Garrison (7,533)
  • Caught 31 passes on third down, moving the chains on 25 of those receptions…Tied a team record with three-straight games with at least eight catches


  • Selected to fourth Pro Bowl, becoming the ninth Chargers draft pick to be named an all-star four times with the team
  • Appeared in 14 games with 13 starts, missing one due to a hamstring injury and another on Reserve/COVID-19
  • Finished with 100 receptions for 992 yards (9.9 avg.) and tied a career high with eight touchdowns
  • The 100 catches gave him three of the four 100-reception seasons in Chargers history
  • Ended the season with 624 catches in 100 career games, setting the record for the most receptions through the first 100 games of a career in NFL history
  • Eclipsed 600 receptions in his 96th career game, tying WR Antonio Brown as the fastest player to do so in league annals
  • Set the team's single-game receptions record with 16 catches in the Week 11 win against the New York Jets
  • The performance made him the only player in history with six games of 13-plus catches and just the fifth player ever to have multiple games of 15 or more receptions
  • Posted four games with 100+ receiving yards on the season, giving him 27 for his career to rank No. 2 in team history
  • Led the NFL on third down with 33 receptions and six touchdowns, including a league-best 28 catches on third down to move the chains


  • Selected to his third Pro Bowl
  • Named All-AFC (WR) by the PFWA
  • Started all 16 games, posting a (then) single-season team record 104 receptions for 1,199 yards (11.5 avg.) and six TDs
  • Extended his streak of seasons with 1,000-plus yards to three straight, tying for the second-longest streak in team annals
  • Added three rushing attempts for 16 yards (5.3 avg.)
  • Had 34 catches and 452 yards through four games to set a franchise record for the most through the first four games of a season
  • Registered more than eight catches in each of the first three games of the season, becoming the 12th player in NFL history to do so
  • Set a single-game career high with 183 receiving yards in the Week 3 game against Houston
  • Coupled with RB Austin Ekeler, became the second-ever set of Chargers teammates to each have 80-plus catches in the same season and the first set to each have 90-plus
  • With Ekeler and WR Mike Williams, became the first trio of teammates to each have 900+ receiving yards in the same season since New England accomplished the feat in 2014
  • With Williams, the pair became the first Chargers teammates to each have 1,000+ receiving yards in the same season since 2009
  • Posted two 100-yard performances
  • Moved to No. 5 in team annals with 524 receptions, passing Hall of Fame WR Lance Alworth (493)
  • Became the seventh Charger to eclipse 6,000 receiving yards
  • Moved into a tie for No. 10 in team annals with 34 receiving touchdowns
  • Was the third player to reach 3,000 receiving yards since the start of the 2017 season, joining Atlanta WR Julio Jones and Houston WR DeAndre Hopkins


  • Selected to his second Pro Bowl
  • Appeared in 16 games with 14 starts, posting 97 catches for 1,196 yards (12.3 avg.) and six touchdowns
  • Became the first Charger to post back-to-back 1,000-yard receiving seasons since WR Vincent Jackson in 2008-09
  • Set a team record with a 65-game multi-catch streak
  • Registered three 100-yard contests to reach 21 for his career, moving into a tie with TE Antonio Gates for the fifth-most in Chargers history
  • Brought his career receiving yardage total to 5,206, moving past Jackson (4,754) and WR Tony Martin (4,184) for No. 9 in career receiving yards in team history
  • Moved to sixth in Chargers history in career receptions with 420, passing WR Gary Garrison (404) RB Ronnie Harmon (377), WR Anthony Miller (374) and Wes Chandler (373)
  • Increased his career total to 28 TD catches, passing WR Don Norton for 12th in team annals
  • With 14 receptions for 148 yards (10.6 avg.) and a TD against Pittsburgh, recorded his fourth game since the start of 2017 with 10+ catches, 100+ receiving yards and a TD, tying for the most over that span
  • Set a career-long streak with five-straight games with a TD catch
  • Caught a two-point conversion
  • Added nine carries for 75 yards (8.3 avg.)
  • Appeared in both playoff games with a start at WR, recording six receptions for 112 yards (18.7 avg.) and a TD…Added a two-point conversion in the AFC Divisional


  • Selected to his first Pro Bowl
  • Named Comeback Player of the Year by The Associated Press, the Professional Football Writers of America and Sporting News
  • Started 15 of 16 games, setting (then) career highs with 102 receptions and 1,393 receiving yards (13.7 avg.)
  • Posted six TD catches on the year
  • Added an INT at the end of the first half at the Jets, becoming the first player in NFL history to record 90-plus catches and an INT in the same season
  • Also became the third player in league annals to have 1,000+ receiving yards and an INT in the same season, joining Hall of Fame WRs Don Hutson (1942) and Randy Moss (2009)
  • The 102 catches were the most in team annals in a single season, and the 1,393 receiving yards ranked second in a single season in Chargers history
  • Ranked in the top five in the NFL in receiving yards (third) and receptions (fourth)
  • Posted seven 100-yard games, including four straight from Weeks 11-14 and five out of the last seven games
  • Over the last seven weeks of the season, led the league with 62 catches and 845 receiving yards while tying for third with five TD catches
  • Became the first player in NFL history to post three-consecutive games with 10+ receptions, 100+ receiving yards and at least one TD catch when he did so in Weeks 11-13…His seven 100-yard performances brought his career total in the regular season to 18, good for eighth in Chargers history
  • Moved into sole possession of 10th in team history in career receptions with 323, passing WR Malcom Floyd (321)
  • Registered the 22nd TD catch of his career, good for 13th in team history
  • Led the league with 36 third down receptions (most in a single season in Chargers history since the stat began being tracked in 1991), including a league-high 30 that converted for a first down (most in a single season in Chargers history and tied for fourth in a single season in NFL history since the stat started being tracked in 1994)
  • Led the league with 34.5 receiving yards-per-game on third down
  • Added two carries for nine yards (4.5 avg.)


  • Returned from a kidney injury that kept him out the final eight games of 2015 to post 63 receiving yards on six catches (10.5 avg.) in the first half of the season opener before suffering a season-ending knee injury
  • Placed on Reserve/Injured on Sept. 12


  • Hauled in 67 passes for 725 yards (10.8 avg.) and four TDs in eight starts, playing only in the first eight contests before suffering a season-ending kidney injury
  • His 67 receptions tied for the third-most in NFL history midway through a season
  • Became the first player in NFL history with 12+ catches in three of a team's first six games in a season (Week 1 vs. Detroit, Week 3 at Minnesota and Week 6 at Green Bay)
  • Tied Hall of Fame TE Kellen Winslow's (Oct. 7, 1984) team-record 15 catches against Detroit in the season opener
  • Placed on Reserve/Injured on Nov. 3


  • Started in all 14 games that he played in, setting (then) career-highs with 77 catches that went for 783 yards (10.2 avg.) and four TDs


  • Named Offensive Rookie of the Year by the Professional Football Writers of America
  • Earned PFWA All-Rookie (WR) honors
  • Recognized as Rookie of the Year by Sporting News
  • Named Pepsi Next Rookie of the Year in a fan vote
  • Voted by fans as the Pepsi Next Rookie of the Week for his efforts in a Week 6 win against the Colts: Nine catches for 107 yards (11.9 avg.) and a TD
  • Recognized by fans a second time as the Pepsi Next Rookie of the Week for posting a season-high 124 yards on nine catches (13.8 avg.) in a three-point victory over Kansas City in Week 12
  • Voted by fans to his third Pepsi Next Rookie of the Week during a Week 15 win over Denver: Registered a pair of TD catches, one that went for 19 yards and one that went for 10 yards
  • Capped off the regular season in a Week 17 overtime victory against the Chiefs by receiving his fourth Pepsi Next Rookie of the Week award in a vote by fans, posting 89 yards on five catches (17.8 avg.)
  • Appeared in 15 games with 14 starts
  • Posted 71 catches for 1,046 yards (14.7 avg.) and eight TDs
  • Registered five 100-yard performances, setting a team rookie record
  • His 71 catches were the most by a rookie in Chargers history, passing Hall of Fame RB LaDainian Tomlinson's 59 in 2001
  • Became just the fifth rookie since 2000 to post a 1,000-yard season
  • Late in the season, posted five TD catches in three games, tying the most by a Chargers WR in a three game stretch since 1996
  • Twice posted back-to-back 100-yard performances, a feat that hadn't been accomplished by a Chargers rookie since WR Don Norton did so in 1960
  • Started both playoff contests, registering eight catches for 163 yards (20.4 avg.) and two TDs
  • Entered the postseason record books with a 142 yard, two-touchdown performance in the AFC Divisional, marking the first two-touchdown catch playoff game by a Charger since Hall of Fame TE Kellen Winslow (Jan. 9, 1983) did so in an AFC Wild Card victory over at Pittsburgh
  • The 142 yards tied Philadelphia TE Keith Jackson (1988) for the second-most by a rookie in a playoff game in league history