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Long after the rest of the Cincinnati Bengals had left the locker room on Monday, cornerback Leon Hall emerged on a pair of crutches, his left foot protected by a white medical boot.
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The Cincinnati Bengals' backfield took a major hit Monday after the team placed star cornerback Leon Hall on injured reserve with a ruptured left Achilles' tendon.Hall suffered the injury in the second quarter of Sunday's 24-17 loss to the visiting Pittsburgh Steelers. The diagnosis was confirmed after the game.Hall had earlier recorded an interception, his second of...
The day after suffering what he termed the first significant injury of his football career, cornerback Leon Hall tried to remain upbeat on Monday.
Hall tore his left Achilles during the second quarter of Sunday’s 24-17 loss to Pittsburgh. Hall said that he would have surgery later this week and would still be around the complex as he did his rehab.
“I planted and drove and it...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Leon Hall suffered torn Achilles tendon during Sunday’s loss to the Steelers that will prematurely put an end to his season. This is big blow for one of the NFL’s top defense’s this season. The Bengals will likely look for Adam Jones and Kelly Jennings to step [...]
Cornerback Leon Hall is out for the season with a torn Achilles tendon, leaving the Cincinnati Bengals' secondary in flux heading into a pivotal game
Initial tests have shown that Cincinnati Bengals starting cornerback Leon Hall tore his left Achilles tendon in Sunday's loss to Pittsburgh, according to a source familiar with the injury.
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With cornerback Jonathan Joseph gone via free agency, Leon Hall became the top defensive player in Cincinnati. And now he’s gone, too. Adam Schefter of ESPN first reported, and PFT has confirmed, that Hall suffered a ruptured Achilles’ tendon against the Steelers on Sunday. Hall will miss the balance of the season. And so the…
With the game on the line, rookie Andy Dalton couldn't handle a little old-fashioned Pittsburgh defense.
Rashard Mendenhall ran for a pair of touchdowns Sunday, and the Steelers intercepted Dalton twice in the fourth quarter, holding on for a 24-17 victory over the upstart Cincinnati Bengals.
Pittsburgh (7-3) ended the Bengals' five-game winning streak and got a needed...