|Team:||Free Agent None|
|Ht / Wt:||6'2" / 201 lb.|
|Drafted:||2019 / UDFA|
The Washington Football Team released Hall (Achilles) on Friday.
Analysis: Hall spent some time with Washington's practice team in 2019 before signing a futures deal with the team. Hall was unable to make his NFL debut after tearing his Achilles in June of 2020, and while the extent of the injury is still unclear, the 23-year-old will aim to land a position elsewhere for the 2021 season.
Hall (Achilles) has reverted to Washington's Reserve/Non-Football Injury list, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Hall was waived by Washington with a non-football injury designation on Sunday but ultimately went unclaimed. The 23-year-old suffered a torn Achillies roughly a month ago, but it remains unclear how the injury was sustained. Given the severity of the issue, he likely has his sights set on the 2021 season.
Hall (achilles) was let go by Washington with a non-football injury designation on Sunday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: It was reported just a month ago that Hall suffered a torn Achillies, and it's still unclear how he suffered the injury. The 23-year-old inked a futures contract with the team this offseason, but as evidenced by this news, he'll shift his focus to the recovery process heading into the 2021 season.
Hall has suffered a torn Achilles, Dave Matter of STLToday.com reports.
Analysis: It is unclear how Hall suffered the injury, but it will bring his 2020 season to a premature end. The Missouri product joined the Redskins' practice squad as a rookie last season and subsequently signed a futures contract in December. He will now set his sights on his recovery process and the 2021 season.
Hall inked a futures contract with the Redskins on Monday, Craig Hoffman of 106.7 The Fan reports.
Analysis: Hall joined the Redskins practice squad in the Week leading up to Week 16. The undrafted rookie has been a part of three organizations during his first year in the league.
Hall signed with the Redskins' practice squad Wednesday, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Hall has bounced around since entering the league, but he most recently was on the Buccaneers' practice squad until being cut in September. The undrafted rookie generated 70 catches for 1,645 yards and 14 touchdowns over his final two collegiate seasons at Missouri, and he could be promoted to the active roster should another Redskins' receiver get injured.
Hall tried out for Detroit, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM Radio reports.
Analysis: The Lions are in need of a receiver with Marvin Jones (ankle) hitting IR. There has been no word on whether Hall secured a deal or not, however.
Hall tried out for the Dolphins on Tuesday, freelance NFL writer Howard Balzer reports.
Analysis: Hall dealt with a sports hernia injury this offseason, but both the Bears and Buccaneers have waived him this year and neither team did so with an injury tag. That Hall has now tried out for the Dolphins all but confirms he is healthy.
The Buccaneers released Hall (sports hernia) from their practice squad Monday, Eduardo A. Encina of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Analysis: Hall has impressive athleticism with a 4.39 40-yard dash and 43.5-inch vertical, but his collegiate production for Missouri was modest with 37 catches for 828 yards and six touchdowns in his senior season. He's a solid candidate to land on another team's practice squad.
Hall (sports hernia) signed with Tampa Bay's practice squad Sunday, Scott Smith of the Buccaneers' official site reports.
Analysis: Hall was originally scooped up off waivers from Chicago on Aug. 14 and didn't have much of a chance to build a case for a roster spot as he recovered from a sports hernia procedure he underwent in June. The 22-year-old caught 70 passes for 1,645 yards and 14 touchdowns over his last two seasons at Mizzou and could perpetually impress at the professional level as he recovers and develops on Tampa's practice squad.
The Buccaneers waived Hall (sports hernia) on Saturday, Greg Auman of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Scooped up off waivers from Chicago last week, Hall -- who is recovering from the sports hernia procedure he required in June -- didn't have enough time to build his case for a spot on the 53-man roster. Though he went undrafted out of Missouri this spring in part because of health concerns, Hall was a standout during athletic testing in pre-draft workouts and could make for an intriguing developmental receiver once he's back to full strength. The Buccaneers are likely earmarking a spot for him on their practice squad if he goes unclaimed off waivers.
The Buccaneers claimed Hall (sports hernia) off waivers Wednesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Analysis: Hall was recently waived by the Bears on Tuesday, but was able to find a new team the very next day. The Missouri product surprisingly went undrafted during April's draft, after he tore up the combine with a 141-inch broad jump and 4.39 40 time despite dealing with a groin injury. Hall did undergo a procedure to address a sports hernia back in June, so he's likely still recovering. Assuming he makes a full recovery, Hall could be in the mix for a 53-man roster spot with Tampa Bay.
The Bears waived Hall (sports hernia) on Tuesday, Adam Hoge of WGN Radio 720 AM Chicago reports.
Analysis: Hall had some hype as a potential Day 2 draft pick after he tore up the 2019 combine with a 141-inch broad jump, 43.5-inch vertical and 4.39 40 time while battling through a groin injury. He surprisingly went undrafted, perhaps because he needed surgery to address a sports hernia. Hall's athletic credentials should get him a shot with another team, but he may have to prove his health before that happens. He caught 70 passes for 1,645 yards (23.5 average) and 14 touchdowns in 18 games for Missouri the past two seasons.
Head coach Matt Nagy said Wednesday that Hall underwent a procedure to deal with a sports-hernia injury this offseason, JJ Stankevitz of NBC Sports Chicago reports.
Analysis: Hall had been dealing with a groin injury since the end of his college season in January, and finally got the procedure to fix the problem. The surgery is believed to be similar to what tight end Trey Burton had, who is being held out for the remainder of the Bears' offseason program due to the issue. As of now, Hall is expected to be ready for training camp per Stankevitz, and these types of procedures typically have a 4-to-6 week recovery time.
News powered by