DeAngelo Hall Retires after 14 NFL Seasons

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According to ESPN.com's John Keim, the veteran cornerback said "I'm done" when asked about his playing future.

In an interview Monday at the Ryan Kerrigan Leukemia Golf Classic, Hall reflected on his 14-year career, as well as what's next.

The cornerback played in Atlanta for four seasons.

After three years playing for Virginia Tech, Hall was selected eighth overall by the Atlanta Falcons in the 2004 NFL Draft and spent his first four seasons there, which included two Pro Bowl selections.

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Hall went on to play 10 seasons for Washington, intercepting 23 passes in 106 games and transitioning to free safety during the 2015 season. "But, yeah, all the other stuff is still on the table".

He ends his career with 811 total tackles and 43 interceptions.

Hall was the longest-tenured member of the Redskins, and overcame an ACL injury to suit up for five games in 2017. "Organizations to networks. I'm still undecided as of now", Hall said. He returned five of those for touchdowns, the 31st most all-time. Hall was traded to the Oakland Raiders in 2008 for a second-round pick and agreed to a seven-year, $70 million contract with $24.5 million guaranteed. Who's to say I can't get in there another way. Hall mentioned that it was a dream of his to make the Hall of Fame, and that because of the way the back half of his career played out, he knows he still has work to do to get there. "I still want a gold jacket, whether I can get one as an [executive], a coach - I'm going to get me a damn gold jacket, believe that".

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