CB DeAngelo Hall Announces Retirement

CB DeAngelo Hall Announces Retirement

At age 34 with 14 seasons under his belt, DeAngelo Hall has announced his retirement from the NFL. There have been conflicting reports about his retirement across all media outlets. It’s a true fact.

Hall was originally drafted by the Atlanta Falcons as the 7th Overall Pick in the 2004 Draft. After four seasons there, he went to the Raiders for a year before settling on a final home in Washington to end the final 9 years of his career.

He had a career number of 43 interceptions and 811 total tackles. He also had 11 forced fumbles and 13 fumble recoveries, as well as 10 defensive touchdowns. He has tied league record for most interceptions in a single game with four against Chicago in 2010. All four came at the hands of Jay Cutler who also announced his retirement this offseason.

Hall owns the record for most career fumble recovery yards with 328. He also had five fumble recoveries for touchdowns which is second most all time. DeAngelo Hall should be enshrined in the Hall Of Fame.

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