Devon Allen Shows Browns Just How Fast Hurdler Speed Can Be In Breathtaking TD

Two-time Olympic hurdler Devon Allen unleashed his world-class velocity on the Cleveland Browns protection Sunday ― and it was no contest. (Watch the video under.)

Allen, the 27-year-old Philadelphia Eagles prospect who owns the third-fastest time within the 110-meter hurdles (12.84 seconds), sprinted by the Browns’ defensive backs to haul in a 55-yard landing bomb from Reid Sinnett in a preseason recreation.

It was his first catch since he was on the College of Oregon enjoying in opposition to Virginia in 2016. He tore his ACL for a second time within the following recreation, which satisfied him to place soccer on maintain.

Test it out from one other angle:

Defensive backs are usually quick.

Allen, who went to the Rio and Tokyo Olympics, made them look, nicely, not so quick.

However his velocity and game-breaking capability won’t be sufficient to make the crew. He seemingly is not going to be chosen for the 53-man roster, NBC Sports activities in Philadelphia reported, and will as an alternative be requested to hitch the apply squad.

Allen informed reporters the play felt “amazing.”