Allen Hurns Stats

WR
Healthy

Height / Weight 6'3"  /  195 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Nov 12, 1991 (32)
Experience 7 seasons
College Miami (FL)

Season Stats

RECEIVING RUSHING FUMBLES
SEASON TEAM GP REC TGTS YDS TD LONG YDS/TGT YDS/REC ATT YDS AVG TD LOST FPTS/G FPTS
2014JAX1651976776637.013.3000009.7154.7
2015JAX1564105103110809.816.10002115.0225.1
2016JAX1135764773426.313.6000109.2100.7
2017JAX1039564842508.612.4000009.999.4
2018DAL1620362952498.214.8000103.861.5
2019MIA1432484162278.713.0000116.083.6
Career 82 241 418 3380 25 80 8.1 14.0 0 0 0 5 2 8.8 725.0

Game Log

RECEIVING RUSHING FUMBLES
DATE TEAM OPP REC TGTS YDS TD LONG YDS/TGT YDS/REC ATT YDS AVG TD LOST FPTS
1Sep 8, 2019MIABAL13220227.322.0000003.2
2Sep 15, 2019MIANE12130136.513.0000002.3
3Sep 22, 2019MIADAL126063.06.0000001.6
6Oct 13, 2019MIAWAS22160118.08.0000003.6
7Oct 20, 2019MIABUF335302717.717.7000008.3
8Oct 28, 2019MIAPIT111211212.012.0000008.2
9Nov 3, 2019MIANYJ2316085.38.0000003.6
10Nov 10, 2019MIAIND24320188.016.0000005.2
11Nov 17, 2019MIABUF46530208.813.2000117.3
12Nov 24, 2019MIACLE47421196.010.50000014.2
13Dec 1, 2019MIAPHI34330148.211.0000006.3
14Dec 8, 2019MIANYJ58680178.513.60000011.8
15Dec 15, 2019MIANYG119099.09.0000001.9
16Dec 22, 2019MIACIN224102720.520.5000006.1

Allen Hurns News

Allen Hurns  • WR  •  Dolphins

Dolphins Release Allen Hurns

The Miami Dolphins released wide receiver Allen Hurns (wrist) and offensive lineman Jesse Davis on Thursday. Hurns was released with a failed-physical designation. The 30-year-old opted out of the 2020 season due to COVID-19 and also missed all of last year after having wrist surgery in August. He'll have to prove that he's healthy once again if he hopes to sign with another team this offseason. Hurns caught 32 of 47 targets for 416 yards and two touchdowns in 14 games (seven starts) in his only season with Miami in 2019. He began his career with the Jacksonville Jaguars and had a 1,000-yard campaign and a career-high 10 touchdowns in his sophomore season in 2015 with the Jags.
Mar 24   
Allen Hurns  • WR  •  Dolphins

Allen Hurns Could Be Cut This Offseason

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Allen Hurns could be released this offseason. According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, $2.5 million salary next season is guaranteed, and he's a toss-up at best to make the 53-man roster. If he's cut, the 30-year-old's cap hit drops from $3 million to $433,000. Hurns suffered a wrist injury that required surgery in August and missed the entire 2021 campaign. The veteran hasn't appeared in a game since 2019 after opting out of the 2020 season. Hurns could end up being a cap casualty and find himself searching for a new team this offseason. Stay tuned.
Feb 20   
Allen Hurns  • WR  •  Dolphins

Allen Hurns Expected To Miss Three Months

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Allen Hurns (wrist) has a wrist injury that requires surgery and is expected to miss the next three months. He was unable to suit up in Saturday's preseason game against the Chicago Bears after sustaining a wrist injury earlier in training camp. The 29-year-old was on the roster bubble and competed with Albert Wilson, Jakeem Grant, and Mack Hollins for a spot on the Dolphins wide receiver depth chart. Hurns is expected to be placed on the injured reserve in the coming days. The former Jaguar hasn't played since 2019 after opting out of the 2020 season due to COVID-19. Hurns hauled in 32 catches for 416 yards and two touchdowns in 14 games for the Dolphins in 2019. Wilson, Grant, and Robert Foster are expected to see increased opportunities in the preseason while Hurns is sidelined.
Aug 16   
Allen Hurns  • WR  •  Dolphins

Allen Hurns Fighting For A Roster Spot

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Allen Hurns is in danger of missing the cut later this summer at training camp. Will Fuller, rookie Jaylen Waddle, DeVante Parker, Preston Williams and Lynn Bowden Jr. are likely locked into the first five receiver spots. Hurns is a versatile veteran, but he'll be competing with Albert Wilson, Jakeem Grant (an All-Pro kick returner) and Mack Hollins, who also stands out on special teams, for the remaining one or two spots. Wilson and Grant might have the early edge on Hurns heading into training camp. It didn't help that the 29-year-old opted out of the 2020 season due to COVID-19 after producing 32 catches for 416 yards and two touchdowns in 14 games (seven starts) for the Dolphins in 2019.
Jul 8   
Allen Hurns  • WR  •  Dolphins

Allen Hurns Won't Play In Season Finale

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Allen Hurns (ankle, neck) is inactive for Week 17 against the Patriots. Hurns will end the 2019 season with 32 receptions on 47 targets for 416 yards and two touchdowns in his first year in Miami. The Dolphins are facing one of the top secondaries in the NFL to close out the season, so it could be tough sledding for all of their pass-catchers with Hurns out. Devante Parker will likely lock horns with shutdown cornerback Stephon Gilmore. Albert Wilson could be a sneaky DFS play with Hurns out, while Isaiah Ford should operate as the No. 3 wideout in Week 17.
Dec 29   
Allen Hurns  • WR  •  Dolphins

Allen Hurns Questionable Against Patriots

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Allen Hurns (ankle, neck) was limited in practice on Friday and is questionable for Week 17 against the Patriots. Hurns has just 32 catches for 416 yards and two touchdowns on the season, so he hasn't really been on the fantasy radar to begin with, let alone in a tough matchup against one of the league's best secondaries. He had just one catch for 13 yards in the first meeting with New England on Sept. 15. If Hurns doesn't suit up, Albert Wilson could be an intriguing DFS sleeper out of the slot in a game where the Dolphins will likely have to pass often. Isaiah Ford would be the No. 3 wideout behind Wilson and Devante Parker if Hurns is inactive on Sunday.
Dec 27   
Allen Hurns  • WR  •  Dolphins

Allen Hurns A Full Practice Participant

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Allen Hurns (ankle, knee) returned to a full practice on Thursday after being a spectator at Wednesday's session. It puts him on track to play in Week 15 in a sweet matchup against the Giants. It could become even sweeter if one or both of Devante Parker (concussion) and Albert Wilson (concussion) are unable to get cleared from the league's concussion protocol. Hurns has only 29 catches for 366 yards and two touchdowns on the season, but he could become Miami's No. 1 wideout if both Parker and Wilson are inactive this weekend. That'd put Hurns on the streaming map in DFS and deeper leagues.
Dec 12   
Allen Hurns  • WR  •  Dolphins

Allen Hurns Misses Practice Wednesday

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Allen Hurns (ankle, knee) did not take part in practice on Wednesday. All three of Hurns, Devante Parker (concussion) and Albert Wilson (concussion) are in danger of missing the Week 15 contest against the Giants. Hurns has become the No. 2 behind Parker late in the year, but he still has only 29 receptions (44 targets) for 366 yards and two touchdowns on the season. Hurns will only be worth a flier as a flex play in deeper leagues if Parker is inactive this Sunday. Receivers Trevor Davis, Isaiah Ford and Mack Hollins could be forced into heavy playing time this weekend as well.
Dec 11   
Allen Hurns  • WR  •  Dolphins  |  Albert Wilson  • WR  •  Dolphins

Albert Wilson, Allen Hurns Good To Go

Miami Dolphins wide receivers Albert Wilson (chest, hip) and Allen Hurns (ankle) both practiced fully on Friday and are good to go for Week 13 against the Eagles. Wilson has just 20 catches for 117 yards and a touchdown in eight games this year and is behind Devante Parker and Hurns in the pecking order in Miami, so he's more of a WR5 in PPR leagues with minimal upside. Hurns has 21 catches for 265 yards and two scores this year. He also is a low-upside fantasy dart throw as a WR5, but he's a bit more attractive than Wilson against Philly.
Nov 29   
Allen Hurns  • WR  •  Dolphins  |  Albert Wilson  • WR  •  Dolphins

Albert Wilson Questionable, Allen Hurns Out

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Albert Wilson (calf, hip) is listed as questionable for Week 4 against the Chargers, while receiver Allen Hurns (concussion) has been ruled out. Wilson was limited in practice all week and has a good shot to return since going down with an injury in the season opener. If he's active, he'll mix in on three-receiver sets with Devante Parker and rookie Preston Williams. Jakeem Grant would be the biggest loser if Wilson returns. The Dolphins could surely use Wilson back in the offense in the slot, and he could be a sneaky weapon in deeper PPR leagues, but those in standard-sized leagues can afford to wait and see in this bad Dolphins offense.
Sep 27   
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