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DeAngelo Hall suggested the Redskins let him go after a tough loss. But instead of cutting the cornerback, coach Mike Shanahan let reporters know he wants more players like Hall on his roster.
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DeAngelo Hall has never shied away from speaking his mind, but his latest outburst has a very peculiar target: himself.
DeAngelo Hall jokes that he's had to tell star players around the NFL that he's not on ''suicide watch'' because of his comments following the Washington's loss to Dallas.
The cornerback said Wednesday he's heard from Larry Fitzgerald, Ben Roethlisberger and Chad Ochocinco since saying the Redskins should cut him after giving up a completion that...
Losing in the NFL usually leads to the proverbial finger-pointing by media and fans to figure out “Who done it?” After Sunday’s loss to the Cowboys, Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall jumped the route on the situation and put the blame squarely on his own shoulders.
His conclusion was, that for his cost vs. provided value, he would cut himself from the roster.
Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall – known as an opinionated, outspoken player, who doesn’t shy away from criticizing coaches’ decisions – was as frustrated as anyone in the Redskins’ locker room following Sunday’s 27-24 overtime loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
But Hall, who gave up a third-and-15 pass to Dallas receiver Dez Bryant to set up the game-winning field...
Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall said he stood by his harsh assessment of himself following Sunday’s loss to Dallas – a rant in which Hall said if he ran the Redskins, he would cut himself – but said he remained confident.
Hall was furious at himself for slipping on a pass in overtime to receiver Dez Bryant that set up the Cowboys’ winning field goal.
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Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall gave up two crucial catches to wide receiver Dez Bryant during Sunday’s loss to the Cowboys. The first catch by Bryant came in the first quarter when he was able to get behind Hall for a touchdown in the corner of the end zone. Then in overtime Bryant was left [...]
After issuing a harsh assessment of himself, Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall received so many calls from well-wishers that he had to tell them that he's not on "suicide watch."
"I had so many calls from other guys in the league telling me how great I was as a corner," Hall said. "And I'm, like, 'Dude, I'm not on suicide watch...
Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall blamed himself for Washington’s loss to the Dallas Cowboys because he gave up a third-and-15, 26-yard catch to Dez Bryant to set up Dan Bailey for the winning field goal.
But on Monday, Hall’s defensive teammates disagreed and shouldered some of the blame as well.
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DeAngelo Hall jokes that he's had to tell star players around the NFL that he's not on "suicide watch" because of his comments following the Washington's loss to Dallas.
After Sunday’s loss to the Cowboys, which was capped by Dallas receiver Dez Bryant beating Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall for a gain that preceded the game-winning field goal, Hall said he’s so bad that the team should cut him. Hall now says that he has heard from a laundry list of NFL greats regarding his…