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San Diego Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen (89) reacts after scoring a touchdown during the second half of an NFL football game against the Oakland Raiders at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California, Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2017.
Allen was named the NFL’s Offensive Rookie of the Year.
He also won the Walter Payton Man of the Match award.
Allen (89), the No. 2 receiver on the Chargers’ 2017 roster, was one of two players named to the All-Rookie team.
Allen’s highlight reel was a huge factor in the Chargers being named to a playoff game this year.
He was named to six Pro Bowls and five All-Pro teams.
Allen won the NFL Player of the Month award for November after leading the league in catches (79), yards (1,946), receiving yards (3,959), touchdowns (four) and receiving yards per catch (16.9).
Allen led the NFL in receptions for touchdowns (three) and receptions per game (28.3) during the month of November.
Allen became the first player in NFL history to have 3,000 receiving yards and 1,000 total touchdowns in a single season, surpassing Hall of Famer Steve Young in the process.
The Chargers also named former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer to the NFL Hall of Fame.
Faulconestion was named NFL Co-Chair of the Players Coalition and an honorary co-chair of the NFLPA.
He helped launch the Chargers Players Coalition in 2017.
The Chargers were also named to Super Bowl LI.
Allen was voted the No, 2 overall draft pick by the San Diego County Sports Council.
Allen has been named the Offensive Rookie (WR-1) of the year three times, second most in franchise history.
He is the first Chargers player to win the honor.
Allen led all NFL receivers with 1,941 receiving yards.
His 2,073 receiving yards came on 53 receptions and 12 touchdowns.
Allen had three games with 1 of 5 or more catches, the first receiver to do so in a career since Mike Thomas in 1986.
Allen set the NFL record for receiving yards in a game on Oct. 12, 2017, when he caught a touchdown pass from Dak Prescott.
Allen finished the season with 1 and 4 TDs in a season-opening loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Allen also had his first career 200-yard receiving game on Sept. 20, 2018.
The 5,859 yards of total receiving set a new franchise record for a rookie receiver.
Allen also became the fourth player in franchise NFL history with a 1,200-yard season.
Allen became the 10th player in Chargers history to record 1,500 receiving yards, 1,700 receiving yards from a tight end and 1 of 500 rushing yards in the same season.
Allen set a career high in receiving yards last year.
Allen is the third Chargers player with 1 1,100 receiving yards or more in a year, joining Joe Morgan (2000) and Wes Welker (2006).
Allen became only the third player in the history of the Chargers to record more than 1,400 receiving yards three times in a row.
Allen broke the franchise record with 441 receiving receiving yards on Sept