Coach Dennis Allen became well-known in the NFL as the defensive coordinator for the New Orleans Saints.

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Dennis’s big day of seeing the world for the first time was September 22, 1972. Allen was born in the United States, in the city of Atlanta.
Full name: Dennis James Allen
Date of birth: September 22, 1972
Age: 49 years
Gender: Male
Occupation: American football coach
Country: America
Zodiac Sign: Virgo
Place of birth Atlanta, Georgia
Nationality American
Ethnicity white
Religion Christianity
Dennis Allen’s (Mother) name is Kay Allen, and his (Father) name is Grady Allen.

Dennis Allen Net Worth

In 2022, Dennis is predicted to have a net worth of $4 million. Also included are all of Dennis’ possessions, resources, and cash. Plus, Dennis is content with the wealth he has amassed as a professional American football coach. Dennis has also amassed a sizeable sum thanks to marketing initiatives including paid collaborations and endorsement deals.

Dennis Allen Net Worth

Family & Relatives

Mother: Kay Allen Father: Grady Allen Marital Status: Married Spouse: Alisson Allen Children: Layla Allen, Garrison Allen Siblings: Unknown

Is Dennis Allen married?

Dennis has found marital bliss. Dennis married his long-time sweetheart, Allison Allen. The nature of Allison’s work is currently unavailable. Furthermore, it is yet unknown when Dennis and Allison initially met. In addition, we don’t know when Dennis and Allison first crossed paths.

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Career Summary

Dennis’s first major accomplishment was on the football field. Similarly, he began his coaching profession even though he was still a student in college. He was an assistant coach for RC Slocum from 1996 to 1999. From 2000 to 2001, he was also Tulsa’s head coach.

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Allen also worked as a defensive assistant coach with the Atlanta Falcons from 2004–2005. Allen was a secondary coach for the New Orleans Saints in 2006 and 2007. In addition, Allen averaged 321 yards per game for the Holy Teams at Super Bowl XLIV in 2009.