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Old 05-17-2013, 11:47 PM   #16
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Re: DeAngelo Hall Salary Cap Comments

he got cut and took the best offer.

the nflpa got pissed off over the lavar thing because he gave back guaranteed money that was already in his bank account, and that's a scary precedent for them.
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Old 05-18-2013, 04:59 AM   #17
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Hall is a smart dude. Always has been.

He did end up going for the best offer out there. His people threw a report out there the day of free agency that the Lions would be signing him to create a market for him, but there was no market. The Redskins got him at the price they were willing to pay for him.

The tricky thing with Hall is that he was a known liability in coverage, despite having impressive physical tools. As he moves into his thirties now, I'm not sure the Redskins can take his athleticism for granted.

I think Hall is going to reinvent himself starting this season. I think he knows he's on the fringe of being out of the league and would expect to see a guy being a lot more physical with receivers than he has been in the past.
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Old 05-18-2013, 01:09 PM   #18
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Re: DeAngelo Hall Salary Cap Comments

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Hall is a smart dude. Always has been.

He did end up going for the best offer out there. His people threw a report out there the day of free agency that the Lions would be signing him to create a market for him, but there was no market. The Redskins got him at the price they were willing to pay for him.

The tricky thing with Hall is that he was a known liability in coverage, despite having impressive physical tools. As he moves into his thirties now, I'm not sure the Redskins can take his athleticism for granted.

I think Hall is going to reinvent himself starting this season. I think he knows he's on the fringe of being out of the league and would expect to see a guy being a lot more physical with receivers than he has been in the past.
Improved FS play (fingers crossed) could allow Hall to be at his best too. I could see 2013 being his best season with us.

I like Hall's grit. Very glad he's staying in DC
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