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DeAngelo Hall was born on 19 November, 1983 in Chesapeake, Virginia, United States, is an American football defensive back. Discover DeAngelo Hall's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 37 years old?

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Born 19 November 1983
Birthday 19 November
Birthplace Chesapeake, Virginia, United States
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Following his retirement, Hall worked as a guest analyst for NBC Sports Washington and Fox Sports 1 before being hired fulltime by NFL Network in June 2019 as an in-studio analyst for their NFL Total Access and Good Morning Football programs.


Hall was placed on the physically unable to perform list to start the season due to the ACL injury suffered in 2016. He was activated off PUP on November 3, 2017 for the team's Week 9 game. He started at free safety and returned kicks. Hall announced his retirement following the season.


In November 2015, Hall switched over to the safety position full-time, marking a move that had been rumored to be happening for years.


After an impressive 2013 season, Hall signed a four-year contract extension to remain with Redskins on February 19, 2014. In Week 3 against the Eagles, Hall left the game with an apparent back foot heel injury. The next day, an MRI revealed that Hall had a torn Achilles tendon, which prematurely ended his 2014 season. Five weeks after suffering the injury, Hall re-tore his Achilles while at home recovering from the initial injury.


On March 11, 2013, Hall was released by the Redskins after five seasons with the team; citing salary cap issues as the reason. Hall would have been due $8 million had he not been released before the start of the new league year on March 12, 2013. On April 1, Hall re-signed with the Redskins on a one-year deal worth roughly $2.25 million. In Week 1, against the Philadelphia Eagles, he returned a fumble 75 yards for a touchdown. In the Week 3 game against the Detroit Lions, Hall picked off quarterback Matthew Stafford and returned the ball for a touchdown. The interception was Hall's fortieth career interception and the touchdown was his eighth defensive touchdown (fourth from an interception). On October 27, in a Week 8 game against the 6-1 Denver Broncos, Hall intercepted a pass from quarterback Peyton Manning, returning it 26 yards for a touchdown. It was his second interception of the season and his second return for a touchdown, ninth overall in his career. He subsequently intercepted Manning a second time for his third pick of the year.

Hall has been long-time friends with linebacker Darryl Tapp since childhood, the two having gone to the same school from elementary school throughout college and being teammates. They would become teammates again in their professional career when they both played for the Washington Redskins in 2013.


During the 2012 preseason, it was reported that Hall would switch from the outside corner position to the nickelback position. He recorded his first interception of the 2012 season, in Week 4 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In the Week 6 win against the Minnesota Vikings, Hall intercepted Christian Ponder in the endzone within the last few minutes of the game, securing the Redskins' victory. Late in the fourth quarter, he was ejected from the Week 8 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers after removing his helmet and verbally confronting a referee. On November 15, 2012, Hall was fined $30,000 by the NFL after his actions against the referee. In the Week 11 win against the Philadelphia Eagles, he recorded his third interception of the season, which positioned the Redskins to score the first touchdown of the game. The following week in the Redskins' victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving, he picked off Tony Romo, as well as, recovered the ball after the Cowboys did an onside kick and returned the ball for 27 yards. Though he had the chance to score, Hall slid before reaching the endzone to allow the Redskins' offense to go on the field and take a knee, running out the clock, and ensuring the Redskins' win.

In a game against the Philadelphia Eagles on December 26, Hall scooped up a mishandled handoff by quarterback Sam Bradford and returned it for a touchdown. With the play, Hall became the first player in NFL history to score five touchdowns off fumble recoveries and five off interception returns in a career. The play also helped the Redskins win the game, and in effect, clinched the NFC East division title for the first time since 2012.


In the 2011 season, Hall continued to be co-defensive captain along with Fletcher. After the Redskins lost to the Dallas Cowboys in overtime in Week 11, Hall said to the press, "The way I'm playing right now, they need to cut me, because I'm definitely not worth what I'm getting." Hall would then record five tackles, five pass break-ups, and an interception in Week 12 against the Seattle Seahawks. Due to his performance in Week 12, Hall was named NFC defensive player of the week on November 30, 2011. Hall finished the season recording 90 combined tackles, 16 pass breakups, and three interceptions, and a forced fumble.


Hall was invited to three Pro Bowls in his career: two with the Falcons and one with the Redskins. In 2010, he tied an NFL record by recording four interceptions in a game against the Chicago Bears. He also holds the NFL record for most fumble return yardage in a career, while his five career fumble return touchdowns ranks second behind Jason Taylor. Following his playing career, he began working as an on-air analyst for NBC Sports Washington, Fox Sports 1, and NFL Network.

During a Week 7 matchup against the Chicago Bears, on October 24, 2010, Hall recorded four interceptions, tying an NFL record, off of Jay Cutler. He returned one of the interceptions 92 yards for a touchdown. The Redskins won the game 17–14. Hall's jersey from this game was sent by request to the Pro Football Hall of Fame for display in a gallery. Midway through the season, Hall was voted as a co-defensive captain, along with London Fletcher. Hall was named the 2011 Pro Bowl MVP due to his performance which included six tackles, an interception, and a fumble returned for a touchdown.


As an unrestricted free agent in the 2009 offseason, Hall agreed to a new six-year contract with the Redskins on February 27. The deal contained $23 million in guaranteed money and had a maximum value of $55 million.


On March 20, 2008, the Falcons traded Hall to the Oakland Raiders for their second-round pick in the 2008 NFL Draft (traded to the Washington Redskins) and fifth-round pick in the 2009 NFL Draft. The trade became official when he agreed on a seven-year, $70 million contract with $24.5 million guaranteed. On November 5, Hall was released by the Oakland Raiders after "he failed to adapt to the Raiders' man-to-man style of defense and was regularly beaten by opposition receivers during the opening half of the season." In total, Hall received $8 million, a $7 million signing bonus and $1 million in base salary, for playing eight games for Oakland.

Hall signed a one-year contract with the Washington Redskins on November 8, 2008. The team released cornerback Leigh Torrence to make room for Hall. In his first game with the Redskins, against the Dallas Cowboys, Hall intercepted a pass from Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. He finished the 2008 season with the Redskins, and he recorded 25 tackles, two interceptions and eight pass deflections in seven games (four starts).


In the 2007 preseason, Hall shaved "I own 85" into the back of his head in reference to his ongoing rivalry with Johnson. Johnson had the last laugh however, breezing past Hall on occasions and making five catches for more than 80 yards and a touchdown.

In the Falcons 2007 game against the New Orleans Saints, Hall showed his support for fellow Falcon and former Hokie Michael Vick by carrying a poster of Vick onto the field with him, and also wearing "MV7" written on the shade under his eyes. Earlier that day, Vick, Hall's Virginia Tech teammate, was sentenced to 23 months in prison on dogfighting charges. Hall was fined $10,000 by the league for his actions.


Hall is close friends with many elite receivers in the NFL, including former NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson. On an appearance on the NFL Network, Johnson and Hall made a wager on their upcoming 2006 matchup: should Johnson catch two touchdown passes, Hall would be obliged to wait tables at an Atlanta restaurant owned by Bengals tackle Willie Anderson. Should Johnson fail, he would be forced to shave the bleach-blonde mohawk he had grown over the off-season. After the game was over (which the Falcons won) it was accepted that Hall was the "winner," as Johnson only caught one touchdown pass. Johnson honorably held up his end of the bargain and shaved his mohawk.


One of Hall's finest moments came when he was assigned to one of the NFL's premier wide receivers, Terrell Owens of the Philadelphia Eagles, on Monday Night Football. Although Owens gained 112 receiving yards, Hall was able to stop Owens on many of the Eagles' third down attempts, and his tight coverage of Owens on the last Eagle possession of the game helped Atlanta clinch a 14-10 victory on September 12, 2005.

Hall performed well during the 2005-2006 season, especially in prime time games. In the four prime time games he has played, he has had three interceptions, one forced fumble, and one fumble recovery.

During a Monday Night Football game in 2005, after an interception, Hall held up a sign that read, "Aloha, see you in Hawaii", obviously making a case for a Pro Bowl bid. In 2005, Hall was selected to the Pro Bowl for the first time in his career. While at the 2005 Pro Bowl, Hall was the winner of the "NFL's Fastest Man Competition", a contest with the fastest players in the NFL.


Hall was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons with the 8th overall pick of the 2004 NFL Draft. He finished his first season with 35 tackles and two interceptions. He also set the record for being the youngest player to return an interception for a touchdown (21 years, 44 days).


Hall started strong in college, and turned in the fastest 40-yard dash among the freshmen at 4.37 in preseason strength and conditioning testing and also bench pressed 300 pounds. His first collegiate action was in the season-opener against Connecticut, during which he had three tackles, two assists and his first college interception. Hall made his first career start against Temple, during which he played a season-high 78 total snaps, recording six solo tackles, five assists, two passes broken up and an interception. He had four tackles, including one for a 3-yard loss, during Virginia Tech's loss in the 2002 Gator Bowl against Florida State.

Hall started ten games at cornerback and also returned punts as a sophomore. In the first game of the season against Arkansas State, he returned a punt 69 yards for a touchdown, and then returned an interception 49 yards for a touchdown. He recorded four tackles and a 51-yard punt return for a touchdown against Rutgers which helped earn him the Big East Conference Co-Special Teams Player of the Week honors. Hall had an assisted tackle and a pass broken up in Virginia Tech's victory in the 2002 San Francisco Bowl against Air Force. He was ranked seventh in the nation in punt returns, averaging 16.0 yards per return, and had a long of 71 yards and two touchdowns. He had 36 solo tackles and 19 assists, four interceptions, 12 passes broken up and a forced fumble.


DeAngelo Eugene Hall (born November 19, 1983) is a former American football defensive back who played 14 seasons in the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for Virginia Tech and was drafted with the eighth overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons. A cornerback for the majority of his playing career, he transitioned to free safety towards the end of his tenure with the Washington Redskins. Hall also played half a season for the Oakland Raiders.