The Facts: According to ESPN.com's Eric Williams, Allen looks healthy and ready to solidify his status as one of the top receivers in the league.
Diehards Line: Allen, who has played just nine games the past two seasons due to injury, suffered a torn ACL during last year’s season opener against the Kansas City Chiefs in which he caught six passes for 63 yards in the opening half. Williams notes that Allen looked quick and explosive during offseason work, and if he can finally stay on the field the Cal product should put up monster numbers in 2017. ... While all the reporting on Allen has been positive in recent weeks, we'll all get a chance to see where he stands with our own eyes soon enough.