The Chiefs released Allen on Thursday.
Allen was let go to make room for Morris Claiborne on the active roster. The veteran guard will now look for a depth role elsewhere in the league.
Allen agreed to a contract with the Chiefs on Tuesday.
Allen was brought in to provide depth at guard for the Chiefs. He played his first four seasons in Kansas City before spending the last two in Houston.
Allen (undisclosed) agreed to an injury settlement with the Texans and was released from the team's physically unable to perform list Friday, Sarah Bishop of ESPN reports.
Allen landed on the PUP list in May due to an undisclosed injury, though it's possible he could still be nursing the concussion that caused him to miss the final two games of the 2017 campaign. The 28-year-old will immediately become an unrestricted free agent after agreeing to the injury settlement, and he should have a decent market for his services after starting 26 games for Houston over the last two seasons.
Allen has been placed on the physically unable to perform list with an undisclosed injury, Aaron Wilson of The Houston Chronicle reports.
Allen missed time last season due to a concussion, but it doesn't appear as though that is the same issue that is preventing him from practicing currently. A starter when healthy, Allen has missed six games over the past two seasons with Houston. Look for Zach Fulton and Senio Kelemete to operate as the starting guard tandem while Allen is out.
Allen (concussion) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Colts.
Allen will finish the 2017 season with two straight inactives after suffering the concussion in the team's Week 15 loss to Jacksonville. Rookie Julie'n Davenport should receive another start at left tackle for the Texans.
Allen remains the NFL's concussion protocol and has been ruled out for Monday's game against Pittsburgh, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Filling in for Allen at left tackle will be Julie'n Davenport, a rookie lineman from Bucknell. Houston's offensive line has been in flux all season due to injuries, which has slowed down the rushing attack. Fantasy owners of running back Lamar Miller need to scale back expectations given the poor state of the line.
Allen won't return to Sunday's game against the Jags with a concussion, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports.
In Allen's absence, Chad Slade will likely slot in at right guard.
Allen (knee) was a full participant in practice Thursday.
Allen injured his knee Sunday against the Seahawks but appears to be fine after practicing in full the past two days. Expect the lineman to suit up for Sunday's divisional showdown with the Colts.
Allen suffered an ankle injury and is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Seahawks, Sarah Barshop of ESPN reports.
As long as Allen is out, Dorian Johnson is likely in line for additional snaps along the Texans offensive line.
Allen (ankle) participated fully in Wednesday's practice, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Allen had missed the last two games due to an ankle sprain, but appears ready to return Sunday against the Titans. His return should offer needed help to an offensive line that's allowed a league-worst 15 sacks on the campaign.
Allen (ankle) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Patriots.
Allen did not practice this week and could reportedly miss a couple of more games, so this was to be expected. The 27-year-old's status beyond this week remains unconfirmed, but considering he hasn't practiced since sustaining the injury in the season opener, his chances for Week 4 are likely not optimistic either.
Allen (ankle) did not practice again Thursday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Allen has not practiced since sustaining the injury in the Texans' season opener and now reportedly could be out a few more games as well. It has yet to be confirmed by the team, but the 27-year-old doesn't seem likely to play against the Patriots on Sunday.
Allen (ankle) did not participate at the Texans' practice Wednesday.
Allen has not practiced since injuring his ankle in the season opener against the Jaguars. The 27-year-old could still practice the latter half of this week, but at this point his status for Sunday's game against the Patriots is in doubt.
Allen (ankle) will not play in Thursday's game against the Bengals and could miss a few more contests, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Allen did not return to Sunday's game after leaving with an ankle injury, and it appears as though it could be a serious one. In Allen's absence, Greg Mancz is expected to fill in at right guard.
Allen (ankle) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
If Allen doesn't return Sunday, he'll have to recover quickly since the Texans' next game is Thursday in Cincinnati. For now, Kyle Fuller will fill in at right guard.
Allen is looking to return to form this season after a disappointing 2016 campaign, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Allen took a step back in his first season at Houston due to lingering injuries and a position change. However, after undergoing offseason ankle surgery, the 27-year-old is aiming for a bounce-back year. In addition to noting that his ankle feels better, Allen has spent the offseason changing his diet, which has helped him lose over 20 pounds. The veteran is very optimistic that he'll be able to bolster the Texans' ground game in 2017.
The Chiefs signed defensive back Jamell Fleming from the Ravens' practice squad Friday, to take the place of Jeff Allen on the active roster. Allen was placed on injured reserve following elbow surgery.
Chiefs offensive lineman Jeff Allen (groin, knee), defensive lineman Mike DeVito (knee), offensive lineman Rodney Hudson (elbow), defensive back Ron Parker (shoulder) and running back Anthony Sherman (knee, ankle), who were listed as probable on Friday's injury report, are all active for Week 14 at Washington.
Seven Chiefs have been deemed probable for the game Sunday at Washington, including wide receivers Dexter McCluster (non-injury related) and Donnie Avery (shoulder).
The others are offensive linemen Rodney Hudson (elbow) and Jeff Allen (groin/knee), defensive end Mike DeVito (knee), defensive back Ron Parker (shoulder) and running back Anthony Sherman (knee/ankle).
Chiefs G Jeff Allen, DE Mike Catapano, DE Tyson Jackson and RB Anthony Sherman are active Week 13 against the Broncos.
All four players were able to practice in full every day this week. Jackson is dealing with an abdomen injury.