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|2||08/22/2021||49ers||L 10 - 15|
|1||08/15/2021||@Rams||W 13 - 6|
|5||10/10/2021||Browns||W 47 - 42||6||75||12.5||37||0|
|4||10/05/2021||Raiders||W 28 - 14||7||36||5.1||9||0|
|3||09/26/2021||@Chiefs||W 30 - 24||8||50||6.3||15||1|
|2||09/19/2021||Cowboys||L 17 - 20||4||108||27||42||0|
|1||09/12/2021||@Football Team||W 20 - 16||9||100||11.1||17||0||1||0|
- Three-time Pro Bowl selection (2017-19 seasons) and was named Comeback Player of the Year in 2017 by The Associated Press, the Professional Football Writers of America and Sporting News.
- Named All-AFC at WR by the PFWA following his 2019 performance.
- Posted two of the three 100-catch seasons in Chargers history, registering 104 last season to break his own single-season team record of 102 set in 2017.
- Earned Offensive Rookie of the Year honors from the PFWA and Sports Illustrated while earning Sporting News Rookie of the Year and PFWA All-Rookie recognition in 2013 after a 71-catch season for 1,046 yards (14.7 avg.) and eight touchdowns.
- In votes by fans in 2013, was chosen as the Pepsi Next Rookie of the Year and was a four-time Pepsi Next Rookie of the Week selection (Weeks 6, 12, 15 and 17).
- In 2017, became the first player in NFL history to post three consecutive games with 10-plus receptions, 100-plus receiving yards and at least one touchdown catch (Week 11 vs. Buffalo, Week 12 at Dallas and Week 13 vs. Cleveland).
- With an interception in Week 16 of 2017, became the first player in NFL history to have 90-plus catches and an interception in the same season, while also becoming just the third player to record 1,000-plus receiving yards and an interception in the same season, joining Hall of Fame WRs Don Hutson (1942) and Randy Moss (2009).
- In 2016, became the first player in NFL history with 12-plus catches in three of a team's first six games in a season (Week 1 vs. Detroit, Week 3 at Minnesota and Week 6 at Green Bay).
- Registered eight-plus catches in each of the first three games of 2019, becoming the 12th player in NFL history to do so.
- Sits inside the top 10 in Chargers history with 524 receptions (fifth), 6,405 receiving yards (sixth) and 34 touchdown catches (tied-10th).
- Ranks tied with WR Gary Garrison and Hall of Fame WR Charlie Joiner for No. 3 in team annals with 23 career 100-yard receiving performances.
- Set team rookie records in 2013 with five 100-yard receiving games and 71 catches (LaDainian Tomlinson, 59 receptions in 2001).
- In the 2013 AFC Divisional as a rookie, posted a 142-yard, two-touchdown performance, marking the first two-touchdown catch playoff game by a Charger since Hall of Fame TE Kellen Winslow (Jan. 9, 1983) did so in an AFC Wild Card victory at Pittsburgh, while his 142 yards tied TE Keith Jackson (1988) for the second-most by a rookie in a playoff game in NFL history.
- Coupled with RB Austin Ekeler in 2019, became the second-ever set of Chargers teammates to each have 80-plus catches in the same season and the first set to each have 90-plus.
- In 2019, became part of the first trio of teammates with Ekeler and WR Mike Williams to each have 900-plus receiving yards in the same season since New England accomplished the feat in 2014.
- With Williams last year, the pair became the first Chargers teammates to each have 1,000-plus receiving yards in the same season since 2009.
- Recorded seven 100-yard performances in 2017, ranking as the most in a season by a Charger since 1980.
- Through the first eight games in 2015, registered 67 catches for 725 yards (10.8 avg.) and four touchdowns, the third-most receptions midway through a season in NFL history, before suffering a season-ending kidney injury.
- Posted five touchdown catches over three games in 2013, tying the most by a Chargers WR in a three-game stretch since 1996.
- Posted back-to-back 100-yard performances twice in 2013, a feat that hadn't been accomplished by a Chargers rookie since WR Don Norton did so in 1960.
- Started three-of-four career postseason games, registering 14 catches for 275 yards (19.6 avg.) and three touchdowns.
PERSONAL: Given name Keenan Alexander Allen…Nickname is 'Slayer'…Born in Greensboro, N.C. …Has two daughters, Kamari and Kaliyah, and a son, Kado…Half-brother, Zach Maynard, threw passes to him in college at California…Maynard transferred to Cal from the University of Buffalo, and the pair combined for the longest pass play in school annals, a 90-yard score in 2011 against the Washington Huskies…Close friends with Detroit WR Marvin Jones, who hosted him on a recruiting trip to California before becoming college teammates…Taught himself to play the piano using YouTube videos and has considered a career in the music industry…Taught himself how to golf when recovering from a torn ACL in the 2016 season opener…Was featured in a public service announcement, 'Dance Like a Dad,' through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to inspire and support fathers to play an active role in the lives of their children…Co-hosted a two-day football camp at Ramstein Air Base in Ramstein, Germany, spending time with Active Duty Troops…Hosted a youth football camp at his alma mater, North Guilford High…Sponsors a 15-and-under AAU basketball team with the nickname 'Slayers,' like his own moniker...In 2016, teamed up with the Boys & Girls Club to introduce the program 'Catches for Kids,' where supporters can pledge donations for each catch made in-season…Participates in Community Corner, where he purchases season tickets and donates them to local youth and nonprofit organizations…Majority stakeholder of Zen Enterprises…Earned a degree in African-American studies from California…High School: Graduated from North Guilford High in Greensboro, N.C., after spending his first two prep seasons across town at Grimsley High…Earned All-America honors from USA Today as a senior and led the school to a 3A Mid-State Conference Title…Recognized as an All-State selection as a junior…Played alongside Maynard his freshman and sophomore years…Lettered four years in football and two in track & field.