DeAngelo is done: Chesapeake's DeAngelo Hall announces retirement after 14 National Football League seasons

DeAngelo Hall

DeAngelo Hall

The Redskins' longest-tenured player is calling it a career.

Hall came to Washington midway through the 2008 season and in 10 seasons played in 106 games, intercepting 23 passes. He only played in 22 games the past four seasons due to a string of injuries.

His signature game with the Redskins came in Chicago during the 2010 season, when he tied the National Football League record for interceptions in a game by picking Jay Cutler off four times.

The three-time Pro Bowler missed all but three games in 2016 due to a torn ACL, and he missed the start of the 2017 campaign before returning to appear in five games. He returned five interceptions for TDs, and he had five fumble-return TDs as well.

Hall was traded from Atlanta to Oakland at the expiration of his rookie deal, and soon signed a large contract extension with the Raiders.

The Washington Redskins CB simply stated "I'm done" playing football. Hall had always dreamed of playing close to home - he grew up in the Virginia Beach area and played at Virginia Tech.

"Since DeAngelo Hall's rookie season in 2004, the only players with more interceptions than his 43 are Ed Reed (52), Charles Woodson (50), and Asante Samuel (49)".

Hall is now wrestling with offers to be a TV commentator, assistant coach or front-office executive.

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