Allen was released from the Colts' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.
The 30-year-old joined Indianapolis' practice squad in early December and serve as the punter for the past two games, punting six times for 276 yards. Rigoberto Sanchez is apparently good to go after undergoing surgery in late November to remove cancerous tumor from his ankle, leading to Allen's release.
Allen has been elevated to the Colts' active roster.
This move comes just days after Allen was signed to the team's practice squad. However, it was expected due to punter Rigoberto Sanchez (illness) being placed on injured reserve. Allen is now the only healthy punter on the roster.
The Colts signed Allen to the practice squad Thursday, Mike Wells of ESPN.com reports.
Allen hasn't yet joined Indianapolis' active roster, but such a move is likely to occur prior to Sunday's game against the Texans. Rigoberto Sanchez (illness) is on IR and set to undergo surgery to remove a cancerous tumor.
Allen was waived by the Titans on Tuesday, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.
Allen punted eight times during the Week 9 win over the Bears and averaged 50.5 yards per punt, but the Titans are opting to go in a different direction. Trevor Daniel figures to fill in from the practice squad until Brett Kern (wrist) can return from injured reserve.
Allen was signed by the Titans on Saturday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Allen was picked up due to Brett Kern (wrist) being sidelined for Week 9. He will also reunite with former teammate Stephen Gostkowski as his holder.
Allen was released by the Falcons on Sunday, per the team's official Twitter account.
Allen was released and then quickly re-signed by Atlanta in March, as the team took advantage of minimum salary benefit rules to bolster its cap situation. This release seems less procedural in nature, however, and offers seventh-round rookie Sterling Hofrichter a chance to start immediately. It was a rotating door at punter last year for Atlanta, as Allen, Matt Bosher (groin), Kasey Redfern and Matt Wile all had auditions to overtake the starting role. Now with a young boot acquired in Hofrichter, the Falcons will look for more stability at the position.
Allen has re-joined the Falcons after being cut Friday in what was a "procedural move," per Jason Butt of The Athletic.
The 30-year-old punter was moved off and then back onto the roster within a matter of 24 hours, as Atlanta's front office wisely took advantage of minimum salary benefit rules to maneuver salary cap space. Now back on the roster after a brief hiatus, Allen will compete for the role of starting punter in training camp after posting a career-worst 41.9 yards-per-punt average during 2019.
The Falcons released Allen on Friday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
The Falcons reportedly intend to re-sign Allen at a later date, indicating that the reason for his release may have been to facilitate a new, more team-friendly contract.
Allen signed a one-year contract extension with the Falcons on Tuesday, Will McFadden of the team's official site reports.
Allen played eight games for the Falcons in 2019 after signing in November. He averaged 41.9 yards over 28 punts, and he landed 14 of those inside the 20. There's no guarantee Allen wins the starting job in training camp, however, as Matt Bosher (groin) could be re-signed after spending the last nine seasons with the team.
Allen signed with the Falcons on Saturday, per the Associated Press, and he is expected to serve as the team's starting punter during Sunday's game against Carolina.
Long-time punter Matt Bosher (groin) has been beleaguered by injury throughout 2019, but he appeared to have a chance to go in Week 14 after being activated from injured reserve and tabbed with a questionable designation. He has since been shelved with injury again, leading to the re-signing of Allen, who punted for the Falcons between Weeks 10 and 13 in Bosher's absence.
Allen was released by the Falcons on Friday, Will McFadden of the team's official site reports.
Allen joined the Falcons as a replacement for Matt Bosher, who had hit injured reserve with a groin injury. With Bosher set to return, Allen became redundant on the roster.
The Falcons signed Allen to a contact on Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Allen now becomes Atlanta's fifth punter of the season after having spent the previous six years with the Patriots. The 29-year-old has averaged 45.3 yards per punt in his career, and he'll look to provide some much-needed consistency in the field-position battle for the Falcons going forward.
Allen has been released by the Patriots, Jim McBride of The Boston Globe reports.
Allen spent the past six seasons with the Patriots and punted on three Super Bowl Championship teams. It appears that Jake Bailey has now won the punting competition. Allen, who is now 29, will look to sign on with another squad before the beginning of the regular season.
Allen agreed to re-sign with the Patriots in Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Allen has been with the Patriots since 2013, and it is not surprising that they have opted to bring him back. The 29-year-old has averaged 45.3 yards per punt in his career and was right on par with that number last season with an average of 45.1 on 64 attempts. Should he remain consistent, he figures to stay with the team for the foreseeable future.
The Patriots agreed to a three-year contract extension with punter Ryan Allen, reports ESPN. Allen is entering his third season with the Patriots.
Patriots punter Ryan Allen, who was questionable with a shoulder injury, is active for the AFC Championship Game at Denver.
Patriots wide receivers Aaron Dobson (foot) and Kenbrell Thompkins (hip/concussion) head a short list of Patriots listed as questionable for the AFC Championship game Sunday at Denver. Punter Ryan Allen (shoulder) is also questionable.
Linebacker Steve Beauharnais has been ruled out with an undisclosed injury, though he likely would have been a healthy scratch anyway.
The Patriots are getting healthier. The only players listed as limited in Thursday practice were wide receivers Danny Amendola (groin), Aaron Dobson (foot) and Kenbrell Thompkins (hip/concussion), linebacker Dont'a Hightower (ankle) and punter Ryan Allen (shoulder).
Patriots punter Ryan Allen's status will be updated Wednesday, according to head coach Bill Belichick.
Belichick declined to offer an update on Allen, saying the team would release an injury report Wednesday. He had to leave the team's most recent game due to a shoulder injury.
Patriots punter Ryan Allen is scheduled for an MRI Sunday.
Allen had to leave the game early due to a shoulder injury. The issue is not considered serious at this time, but an MRI will reveal more.