9:44am: Updating his earlier report, Schefter tweets that Allen’s new deal is actually worth $2MM, with the chance to max out at $3MM through playing time incentives.
9:06am: It’s a one-year, $1MM contract, according to ESPN.com’s Adam Schefter (via Twitter).
No Eagles safety played more defensive snaps in 2013 than Allen, who saw action in 1,126 regular-season plays. Starting all 16 games for the club, Allen recorded 89 tackles, an interception, and a sack from the strong safety position. For 2014, one of the two starting safety spots in Philadelphia will be filled by new signee Malcolm Jenkins, but Allen, a former second-round pick, could be in the mix for the other spot, depending on what the team does in the draft.