Redskins’ DeAngelo Hall Retires From NFL

DeAngelo Hall is calling it a career. The Redskins defensive back says he’s “done” playing football (Twitter link via John Keim of Hall has yet to make it official, but the 34-year-old is considering offers to join a front office or work in television. 

The Falcons brought Hall into the league as the No. 8 overall pick in the 2004 draft and he went on to earn two Pro Bowl nods in Atlanta. Prior to the 2008 season, he was shipped to the Raiders and signed a seven-year deal worth up to $70MM with the club. That deal was terminated after just eight games, leading him to the Redskins.

Over the last ten seasons, Hall has appeared in 106 regular season games for the Redskins with 97 starts. In recent years, however, he has been limited by injuries. Hall has played in just eight games over the last two seasons and hasn’t turned in a full season since 2013, so this is probably the right time for him to hang ’em up.

Hall leaves the game with three Pro Bowl selections (2005, 2006, 2010) as well as a place in the record books. In 2010, Hall picked off Bears quarterback Jay Cutler four times, including a 92-yard pick six, which ties him for the single game record along with 13 other players in league history. Only two players – Hall and Deltha O’Neal – have hit that watermark since 2001.

Photo courtesy of USA Today Sports Images.

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3 comments on “Redskins’ DeAngelo Hall Retires From NFL

  1. Hen1CHC

    Great leader, good career, feisty guy, wish him the best in his future

  2. Ezra77

    Tbh I mostly remember him cuz of that time Hopkins broke his ankles


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