The past week has been quickly handled by Devon Allen. In the Diamond League competition on Saturday in Paris, France, the wide receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles won his third 110-meter hurdles race since June 12 by crossing the finish line in a timing of 13.16.
This outcome follows a 13.22-second victory on Thursday and a scorching 12.84-second effort on Sunday, which is currently the third-fastest time in 110-meter hurdles history in the history of track and field. After a great showing at Oregon’s pro day in April, the 27-year-old, who unexpectedly made a comeback to football this offseason after last suiting up for the Ducks in 2016, signed with the Eagles. Allen also intends to compete in the World Championships and the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships.