DeAngelo Hall DB WAS 2 Months

Hall, who underwent season-ending surgery to repair a ruptured Achilles in September, tore the tendon again earlier this week and will undergo another procedure, NFL.com's Kevin Patra reports.

Since the same injury occurred only one month after surgery, Hall should still be ready to go by training camp of next season, but the setback is obviously not ideal, especially for a player over 30 whose speed and lateral quickness only figures to decline from here. Hall is signed with the Redskins through 2017, but if he fails to impress in training camp coming off the major injury, the team could cut him and save themselves $2.375 million.

DeAngelo Hall DB WAS 3 Months

Hall was placed on IR, officially ending his season, Fox News reports.

Hall was likely to miss the rest of the season after rupturing his Achilles' in Sunday's game against the Eagles, but this confirms his absence for the remainder of the season.

DeAngelo Hall DB WAS 3 Months4 Comments

Hall is likely to miss the rest of the season after rupturing his Achilles tendon in Sunday's game against the Eagles, WUSA 9 reports.

Hall has only missed three games in his seven year career, but he will miss an extended period of time with this injury. Hall will be replaced by Bashaud Breeland, who totaled 3 tackles in the loss to the Eagles. The Redskins are stretched very thin in the secondary with the loss of Hall and Duke Ihenacho, who will miss several weeks after fracturing his heel bone in Sunday's game.

DeAngelo Hall DB WAS 3 Months

Hall said he tore his Achilles in Sunday's loss to the Eagles, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.

The severe foot injury could spell an end to Hall's season, dealing a blow to a suspect Washington secondary. On an encouraging note, his replacement, Bashaud Breeland played respectably in Hall's stead Sunday, accruing three tackles and nearly reeling in an interception before officials ruled he never had possession. Breeland will likely be plugged into Hall's starting role and may not represent a significant downgrade.

DeAngelo Hall DB WAS 3 Months

Hall left Sunday's game against the Eagles with an Achilles injury and will not return, Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports. He recorded five tackles and recovered a fumble before departing.

Hall looked to be in significant pain after exiting, and given the nature of Achilles injuries, there's a decent chance a long absence could be in store for Hall. The secondary isn't exactly a strength for Washington to begin with, so if their top corner were to miss multiple games, it could spell trouble.

DeAngelo Hall DB WAS 4 Months

Hall (back) wasn't listed on Washington's injury report Wednesday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.

Hall hurt his back in an Aug. 11 practice, but in three preseason contests, including two after the injury, he recorded five tackles (three solo), before getting the veteran free pass in last week's finale. In his 11-year career, the cornerback has picked off at least four passes in seven different campaigns, while recording 11 fumble recoveries and nine forced fumbles.

DeAngelo Hall DB WAS 4 Months

Hall took part in individual drills Monday a day after suffering a back injury, the Washington Post reports.

The injury appears to be nothing serious and he should be practicing with the team before long.

DeAngelo Hall DB WAS 5 Months

Hall injured his back during practice Sunday but isn't expected to miss significant time, the Washington Post reports.

Hall will likely sit out some practice time but does not expect the injury to linger.

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Redskins re-signed CB DeAngelo Hall to a four-year contract.

DeAngelo Hall DB WAS 10 Months

Profootballtalk.com reports contract talks between the Redskins and free agent CB DeAngelo Hall are "intensifying."

PFT's Mike Florio reports the sides are "not close to an agreement," but "progress is being made." Hall earned just $1.25 million on a one-year contract last season, and figures to at least double that sum after a rock-solid campaign. He was one of the Redskins' few defenders who had an above-average year.