DeAngelo Hall, at 30-years-old and entering his 11 NFL season, knows he doesn’t have a lot of football left, which is why he says he’s ready to lay it all on the line, and “not leave anything in the tank.”
DeAngelo Hall may not think Richard Sherman is the best corner in the NFL, but he’s at least happy Sherman’s now getting paid like he is, after being one of the first to tweet him congratulation on his new deal.
A first look at the Washington Redskins back at work in Ashburn under new head coach Jay Gruden.
DeAngelo Hall called into the Washington, D.C.-based “Grant and Danny Show” on 106.7 The Fan Friday, to expound upon his thoughts on Seahawks corner Richard Sherman, with whom he went toe-to-toe with in a Twitter squabble the night before.
Redskins corner DeAngelo Hall and Super Bowl-winning internet troll Richard Sherman exchanged Twitter haymakers Thursday night.
DeAngelo Hall is still one of the best shutdown corners in the league, DeAngelo Hall said in an interview with Herkules on 95.5 WPGC.
Each man arrived in Washington in 2008 with some baggage. But the chasm between Fred Davis and DeAngelo Hall has never been quite so large as it is now.
DeAngelo Hall is ecstatic about signing a new 4-year deal to remain in Washington, where he would ultimately like to “retire as a Redskin,” and told Grant & Danny part of him “would love” to play safety.”
DeAngelo Hall has agreed to terms on a deal to remain with the Washington Redskins the next four seasons, Dianna Russini of NBC Washington was the first to report.
While watching Seattle’s top-ranked defense throttle Denver’s record-setting offense in Super Bowl XLVIII a week ago last night, Washington fans received an emphatic example of the importance of a superb secondary. Expecting the Redskins to […]