Hall recorded one catch for 30 yards during Atlanta's 31-24 win over the Panthers on Sunday afternoon.
Hall may not be a high-volume target just yet, but he makes defenses pay when he does get the ball in his hands. The 25-year-old speedster has three career regular-season receptions, each going for 20-plus yards (20, 30 and 40-yard gains, respectively). The Falcons' Week 3 opponent will be New Orleans, and a secondary that has surrendered 663 passing yards and five touchdowns over its first two games of the season.
Hall (undisclosed) was a full participant at Monday's practice, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
Hall is the No. 5 wideout in Atlanta, much like he was last season when he made two catches for 60 yards and one touchdown. He'll also return punts if Justin Hardy is every unavailable.
Hall signed with the Falcons last June, earning a spot on Atlanta's practice squad and eventually gaining a promotion to the 53-man roster. He appeared in eight games and logged two receptions for 60 yards and a touchdown on nine targets. The Falcons will almost certainly supplement their receiver room via the draft or the free-agent market, but both Hall and Reggie Davis should get the opportunity to vie for the slot role that was vacated by Taylor Gabriel, who signed with the Bears earlier this month.
Hall caught two balls for sixty yards and a touchdown in his first season as a pro.
He got past the Miami defense for a 40-yard touchdown back in October, but he did little else in the eight games he played this season. The Falcons have decent depth at wide receiver, and Hall will do everything he can to expand his role next year, as it's his final year under contract. Even though he's signed until 2019, there's no guarantee he'll be on the final 53-man roster when rosters are trimmed next year.
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|10||11/11/18||@ CLE||1:00 pm|
|12||11/22/18||@ NO||8:20 pm|
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