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Originally selected by Washington in the first round (17th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft.
Enters 2020 having appeared in 36 games with 36 starts, accounting for 139 tackles [84 solo] and 15.0 sacks... Started all 15 games in which he appeared in 2019...Decorated Alabama product who was the second Chuck Bednarik Award winner and third Bronko Nagurski Award winner — each awarded by various organizations to the nation's best defensive player — drafted by Washington all-time.
TRANSACTIONS: Originally selected by Washington in the first round (17th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft.
PRO: Enters 2020 having appeared in 36 games with 36 starts, accounting for 139 tackles [84 solo] and 15.0 sacks... Started all 15 games in which he appeared in 2019...Decorated Alabama product who was the second Chuck Bednarik Award winner and third Bronko Nagurski Award winner — each awarded by various organizations to the nation's best defensive player — drafted by Washington all-time.
2019 (WASHINGTON): Started in all 15 games that he appeared in, totaling a career-high 68 tackles (46 solo)...Added six total sacks, one pass defensed and seven tackles for loss...Started at defensive tackle at PHI [9/8]...Was limited due to a knee injury... Returned from his knee injury and recorded three tackles against the Bears [9/23]... Had four tackles and a quarterback hit against the Giants [9/29]... Logged his first sack of the season and five tackles [four solo] in a game vs. NE [10/6]... Logged two sacks, three solo tackles and one pass defended in a win over MIA [10/13]... Recorded seven total tackles vs. SF [10/20]... Posted seven total tackles with three solo and a sack on the road against Minnesota, first backto-back seven tackle games [10/24]... Recorded his third consecutive game with seven total tackles at BUF [11/3]... Finished with three tackles against the Jets [11/17]... Posted five tackles [three solo] with 0.5 sacks at home vs. DET [11/24]... Logged one tackle, a half sack and one quarterback hit in a victory over CAR [12/1]... Recorded five solo tackles on the road in Green Bay [12/8]... Tallied nine tackles [seven solo], two tackles for loss and one fumble recovery in a contest vs. PHI [12/15]... Logged two tackles [one solo] and one quarterback hit in a contest vs. NYG [12/22]...Started and registered eight tackles (seven solo), including one for a loss and notched one sack at DAL (12/29).
2018 (WASHINGTON): Started all 16 games, totaling 61 tackles (35 solo), 11 tackles for loss and eight sacks… Started all 16 games after he was sidelined the previous year with a Lisfranc injury... Added an assisted tackle and two quarterback hits in win at ARI [9/9]... Posted four tackles [three solo] and two quarterback hits vs. IND [9/16]… Recorded first career multi-sack game and notched five tackles [three solo], three quarterback hits, two tackles for loss and two sacks for loss of 14 yards in a win vs. GB [9/23]… Contributed five assisted tackles at NO [10/8]… Notched one solo tackle in a win vs. CAR [10/14]… Finished with two tackles [one solo] and one sack for a loss of eight yards in a win vs. DAL [10/21]… Tallied three tackles [one solo] and one sack for a loss of nine yards in a win at NYG [10/28]… Contributed three solo tackles vs. ATL [11/4]… Added three solo tackles and a quarterback hit in a win at TB [11/11]… Notched four tackles [three solo] and one tackle for loss vs. HOU [11/18]... Tallied 10 tackles [five solo] and a sack at DAL [11/22]... Assisted on two tackles at PHI [12/3]… Notched three tackles [one solo] vs. NYG [12/9]...Recored two sacks and five tackles [four solo] at JAX [12/16]...Registered four tackles [three solo] and one sack for a loss of eight yards at TEN [12/22]... Tallied six tackles [four solo] vs. PHI [12/30].
2017 (WASHINGTON): Started all five games in which he played, tallying 10 tackles (three solo) and a sack... Made NFL debut vs. PHI (9/10), starting the contest and recording four tackles (three solo)... Added an assisted tackle in a win at LAR (9/17)... Notched the first two half-sacks of his career in a win vs. OAK (9/24)... Contributed three assisted tackles at KC (10/2)... Hit quarterbacks twice in a win vs. SF (10/15)... Placed on Reserve/ Injured list in Week 7 with a Lisfranc injury.
COLLEGE: Played collegiately at Alabama from 2013-16, appearing in 57 career games. Recorded 154 career tackles (78 solo), 45.0 tackles for loss, 28.5 sacks, seven pass breakups and three forced fumbles... His 28.5 career sacks rank second in Alabama history, trailing only College and Pro Football Hall of Famer Derrick Thomas... As a senior and team captain in 2016, played in all 15 games, contributing 69 tackles (33 solo), 16.0 tackles for loss, 10.5 sacks and also contributed two touchdowns on fumble returns. Was a unanimous firstteam All-American selection and earned the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, Chuck Bednarik Award and Ted Hendricks Award while helping lead the Crimson Tide to a berth in the national championship... Appeared in all 15 games of Alabama's national championship campaign in 2015, compiling 36 tackles (19 solo), 14.5 tackles for loss and 12.0 sacks. Earned firstteam All-SEC selections from the Associated Press and the conference's coaches... Earned first-team All-SEC honors as a sophomore in 2014 after recording 33 tackles (16 solo), 11.5 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks in 14 games... Appeared in 13 games and contributed 16 tackles (10 solo) and 3.0 tackles for loss as a freshman.
PERSONAL: Attended Stone Bridge H.S. in Ashburn, Va., approximately five miles away from the Washington team headquarters... Posted 119 tackles with nine sacks, six fumble recoveries, eight pass breakups, six blocked kicks and had seven pass breakups as a senior in 2012... Earned 2012 Gatorade Virginia Football Player of the Year and garnered first-team Parade All-American and second-team USA Today All-American honors... Selected to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl... Was a consensus five-star recruit from recruiting services... Totaled 102 stops with 15 sacks and seven blocked kicks as a junior... Posted 87 tackles, 20 sacks and eight forced fumbles as a sophomore in 2010... Finished prep career as a two-time first-team all-state performer in Virginia and as a two-time Washington Post All-Metro selection. Earned 2012 Washington Post All-Met Player of the Year honors on defense, while fellow future Washington cornerback Kendall Fuller earned the honor on offense... Former resident of Leesburg, Va., who attended Washington training camp in Ashburn as a fan in 2010... Majored in financial planning and consumer affairs... Son of Richard Allen... Born Jan. 16, 1995.
COMMUNITY: In 2020, continued his work with Sasha Bruce Youthwork by participating in weekly counseling sessions with youth in the community. In 2019, unveiled a brand new Innovation Lounge to support homeless youth at Sasha Bruce Youthwork with wife Hannah. Contributed to the Sasha Brice Youthwork Rapid Response Fund during the holiday season. Represented Sasha Bruce Youthwork during the NFL's "My Cause My Cleats" initiative. In 2017, guided students from Dreams for Kids DC through football drills, packaged weekend bags for Prince George's County Elementary School students at the Capital Area Food Bank, and welcomed 200 elementary school kids into the Washington locker room at FedExField to meet Santa and take home toys for Christmas at Skins Santa Shoppe.