What do London Fletcher, DeAngelo Hall, Brandon Meriweather, Brian Orakpo, Perry Riley and Josh Wilson have in common? They don’t have a contract next season.
Entering his 10th season in the NFL, DeAngelo Hall has three goals he’d like to achieve: Make his 40th career interception, earn a fourth Pro Bowl selection, and help the Redskins win their first playoff game since 2005.
DeAngelo Hall will not play and Trent Williams’ status is uncertain for the Washington Redskins preseason opener against the Tennessee Titans Thursday night.
Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall said Tuesday he has sprained ligaments in the back of his right ankle and could miss the rest of training camp.
DeAngelo Hall suffered an injured right ankle during the Washington Redskins afternoon practice at training camp, but coaches don’t believe it’s too serious.
The Washington Redskins have taken great risks allowing their Free Agents to test the waters before ultimately returning at a bargain rate, but there’s been more of a homecoming of players than meets the eye. For DeAngelo Hall and Darryl Tapp, playing together in Washington is a reunion years in the making.
I had a column coming this week about the Redskins heading into this month’s draft minus a first-round pick for the first time since 2006 and still needing a starting cornerback.
The 29-year-old veteran cornerback has brokered a deal with the Washington Redskins to bring him back for the 2013 season.
The Washington Redskins made a modest start to the NFL’s free agency period by bringing back their punter and a defensive lineman.
The Washington Redskins haven’t made many moves in Free Agency outside of protecting their own, but in doing so they’ve ensured another piece to their successful backfield will return.