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DeAngelo Hall re-tore Achilles slipping while getting a slice of pizza

So how did Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall re-tear his Achilles tendon? Gruden said DeAngelo Hall's latest Achilles injury happened in his kitchen. Slipped while getting a late night slice of pizza. — Tarik El-Bashir (@TarikCSN) October 31, 2014 You read that right. The 11-year veteran slipped while trying to get a late night slice of pizza. The first thought or question...
Via KCM Sports
25 days ago  |  Discuss

DeAngelo Hall Slips, Tears Achilles Tendon During Late-Night Pizza Run

Another year, another pizza-related injury in the NFL. DeAngelo Hall got hungry and intended to grab a late-night slice of pizza. Instead, he slipped in his kitchen and re-tore the Achilles tendon that has been keeping him sidelined since Week 3, according to CSN Washington’s Tarik E-l Bashir. This injury comes a year after Nate Burleson broke his arm  in a car accident that...
Via NESN.com
25 days ago  |  Discuss

DeAngelo Hall re-injures Achilles getting pizza

Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall tore his Achilles in Week 3 and has been sidelined ever since. He had the necessary surgery to start rehab and was likely in line to return to action towards the start of next season. That was before Hall tore the same Achilles again this week attempting to fetch a slice of late-night pizza from the kitchen. Hall, an 11-year veterans...
Via Sportsnaut
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Mama Mia! DeAngelo Hall apparently re-tore his Achilles making a pizza

  Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall will be on the sidelines much longer than originally anticipated after re-tore his surgically-repaired Achilles tendon in a mishap at his home. Hall reportedly had surgery again on Thursday. Hall originally suffered the Achilles injury during a Sept. 21 game against the Philadelphia Eagles, going down during the third...Read More The...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
25 days ago  |  Discuss

DeAngelo Hall re-tore his Achilles while getting pizza in his kitchen

Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall tore his Achilles against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 3, and he has been working to rehab the injury in order to be ready for training camp next summer. After losing a battle with a slice of pizza, Hall’s recovery is going to take a bit longer than expected. Redskins...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
25 days ago  |  Discuss

DeAngelo Hall Re-Tears Achilles at Home, Has Second Surgery

DeAngelo Hall Re-Tears Achilles at Home, Has Second Surgery Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall tore his left Achilles tendon for the second time in five weeks according to multiple sources. Hall had surgery to repair the tendon on Thursday. Hall originally injured his Achilles in week three’s match-up against the Philadelphia Eagles. He had surgery the [...]
Via HTTR4LIFE.COM
25 days ago  |  Discuss

DeAngelo Hall re-tears Achilles

The Washington Redskins have learned that CB DeAngelo Hall, who tore his Achilles last month and had it surgically repaired, has tore the Achilles again.  He will undergo a second surgery to repair the re-tear.   According to several experts, it is a six month process to recover from an Achilles tear, but for Hall, with a re-tear, it may be close to nine months. Since Hall’s...
Via DC Pro Sports Report
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: DeAngelo Hall has torn Achilles tendon, likely out for the season

Washington Redskins CB DeAngelo Hall was helped to the sideline after suffering a lower leg injury in the Eagles-Skins matchup. The team announced it was an Achilles injury, and things weren’t looking good. And now the Redskins’ worst fears were confirmed. Deangelo hall says he tore his achilles — John Keim (@john_keim) September 21, 2014 The secondary is already thin enough as is.
Via The Sports Daily
September 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Why is DeAngelo Hall irreplaceable?

DeAngelo Hall, “The NFL’s Best Mercenary for Hire” re-signed with the Washington Redskins two weeks ago today. The four year, $17 million dollar contract with the 30 year old is an unsettling one, hearkening back to the days of the Redskins overpaying for over the hill prospects. Personally I think the Redskins would have benefited from ditching an old dog for a young hound...
Via cover32 - Redskins
March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall: Team should change its name

We have had fans, the Oneida Nation, politicians, former players, media, and even those in the league offices give their opinions on the name of the Washington Redskins. It is a name that is mired in controversy, dude to being racially insensitive to Native Americans. We have never had anyone within the organization besides team […]Continue reading...
Via The Victory Formation
January 16, 2014  |  2 Comments
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