Hall, a fourth-round pick in 2016, has appeared in 10 games over two seasons with Chicago. Last year, Hall spent the majority of the campaign on injured reserve after suffering a torn hamstring, but was activated in December. While he could conceivably contribute on defense, Hall will likely focus on special teams in Philadelphia, where the team’s depth on defense could limit his overall opportunities.
Hall is suspended for the first game of the regular season, so he won’t immediately count on the Eagles’ roster. He’s signed through the 2019 season, and will collect minimum salaries in each of the next two years.
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