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Larry Allen, one of the greatest offensive linemen in NFL history and a Super Bowl champion, has died at age 52

Allen, who played 12 of his 14 seasons in the NFL with the Cowboys,   

was a seven-time All-Pro who reportedly passed away unexpectedly while on vacation with his family in Mexico.  

The NFL is full of talented players, but few can match Larry Allen's combination of physical prowess, speed, and agility,  

according to Pro Football Hall of Fame President Jim Porter,  

who made the statement on Monday. "As an offensive lineman, he had abilities that frequently defied understanding and logic."  

Allen was selected by the Cowboys as the 46th overall pick in the 1994 NFL draft.   

He played for the 49ers for two seasons in 2006 and 2007 before retiring.  

To commemorate the first century of the NFL, he was named to the league's 100 best players roster in 2019.  

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