Hall announced Monday that he is retiring from professional football, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
With the announcement, Hall officially ends a historic 14-year NFL career, with each of the last nine seasons coming as a member of the Redskins. Hall finishes his career with 43 interceptions, five of which were returned for touchdowns, 11 forced fumbles and 15 fumble recoveries.
Hall (knee) is active for Sunday's tilt against the Saints.
Hall was limited throughout the week due to his knee bruise but he'll play through the injury. He is expected to see his typical role on the defense.
Hall (knee) was limited in practice all week and is questionable for Sunday's game against the Saints.
Hall suffered a bruised knee after playing just 21 snaps in the Week 10 loss to the Vikings. The Redskins will likely evaluate Hall during pregame warmups Sunday before rendering a decision on his status.
Hall (knee) sustained a bone bruise in Sunday's loss to the Saints, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Hall left Sunday's game after playing only 21 snaps and later underwent an MRI exam. The bruise diagnosis is great news for the veteran cornerback, playing only his second game of the season after tearing his ACL in September 2016. There is currently no timetable for his return, and the Redskins could be forced to make a move if Hall and fellow safety Montae Nicholson (shoulder) are forced to miss any more time.
Hall (knee) will have an MRI done Sunday against the Saints.
The veteran safety spent the first half of the season on the Physically Unable to Perform list with a knee injury, and the Redskins may be concerned about his knee being reinjured. If it is, Hall could be looking at another long-term absence.
Hall hurt his knee Sunday against the Vikings and is questionable to return, Master Tesfatsion of The Washington Post reports.
Hall sat out of the first half of the season due to a knee injury, so if this is related, it's not a good sign. The veteran safety was able to make five tackles (four solo) and two pass breakups against the Seahawks in Week 9, and he leaves behind just two healthy safeties in his absence.
The Redskins activated Hall (knee) from the Physically Unable to Perform list on Friday, Brian McNally of the Richmond Times-Dispatch reports.
Hall has been eligible to be activated for a little more than a week, but with Stefan McClure (hamstring) on injured reserve and Montae Nicholson nursing a shoulder injury, the timing is right for the Redskins. It's unclear exactly what role the 33-year-old will have in Washington's secondary, but the veteran presence should be a welcome sight in what has been an injury-plagued unit.
Hall (knee) resumed practicing Oct. 19 and could be activated from the Physically Unable to Perform list within the next two weeks, Rich Tandler of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Hall, who was originally placed on the PUP list at the start of training camp, was first eligible to return to the active roster Oct. 23. With Montae Nicholson (shoulder) dealing with an injury and uncertain to play Sunday against the Seahawks, the Redskins could be prepared to bring Hall back as soon as the weekend to provide the team with more depth in the secondary. With only two healthy safeties on the roster, Hall's return would represent a welcome development.
Hall (knee) will start 2017 on the Physically Unable to Perform list.
The veteran corner has been battling this knee injury since the beginning of training camp. Because of his designation, Hall will be unable to return until Week 7, but being placed on PUP instead of injured reserve is a reason for optimism.
Hall (knee) said he expects to start the regular season on the Physically Unable to Perform list, JP Finlay of CSN MidAtlantic reports.
Hall has been on the preseason PUP since the start of training camp, and Dr. James Andrews still doesn't believe the veteran corner is ready to make his return to the field. If he does start the regular season on the PUP, Hall wouldn't be eligible for reinstatement until after Week 6.
Hall (knee) will open Redskins training camp on the preseason Physically Unable to Perform list, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Hall is still working his way back from a torn ACL he sustained last September, so it's not surprising that he'll remain limited when camp begins. In recognition of his advancing age and troublesome injury history, Hall agreed to restructure his contract to remain with the Redskins in 2017, but it remains to be seen how effectively he'll be able to play coming off a major setback. The Redskins likely have him pegged for a backup role at free safety after signing D.J. Swearinger to a three-year deal in March.
Hall (knee) restructured his contract for the upcoming season and will now make a base salary of $2.3M instead of $4.25M, Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports.
Hall, who continues to rehab from a torn ACL suffered in Week 3 of the 2016 season, will be entering his 14th year in the league. Hall said that he could have gotten a decent payday by going into the broadcasting field, but he still has passion for the game and wants to get back on the field while he physically can.
Hall (knee) is not sure if he will be able to participate when training camp opens on July 27, Rich Tandler of CSNMidAtlantic reports.
Hall and the team just successfully completed a revised contract in order to reflect the amount of time he has missed in recent seasons. The veteran missed just three games in his first six seasons with the Redskins before missing 31 total over his last three. He has agreed to lower his $4.25 million base salary for this season down to $2.3 million. He has been sidelined since tearing his ACL in Week 3 of last season and could potentially be in danger of starting the season on the PUP list.
Hall (knee) remains without a specific target date for a return to full activities, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Redskins coach Jay Gruden said Hall may need to start the season on the PUP list while he continues to recover from a torn ACL, which he suffered in Week 3 of last season. The team added insurance at safety in case Hall doesn't work out, signing D.J. Swearinger and moving Su'a Cravens to the position. Getting back to full health will be priority No. 1 for Hall, but the 33-year-old still needs to prove he can play at a high level upon his eventual return.
Hall (knee) has expressed a desire to return to Washington next season, Jake Kring-Schreifels of the team's official site reports.
Hall said of the situation, "I would love to return to [play next year]. I think there's still a lot of plays out there I can make. ... We'll see, but I'm definitely trying to get back out there and play. I feel I can help us win games, I feel like I can make plays. We'll see though." The veteran safety tore his ACL during Week 3's win over the Giants and hasn't played a full season the past three years with Washington. It has been reported that the 33-year-old is ahead of schedule in the rehabbing process, but he still has a ways to go to return to full health. Hall also noted he is open to restructuring the final year of his contract in order to give the team more cap space. Look for more updates on his situation to come throughout the offseason.
Hall's (knee) MRI revealed a torn ACL, effectively ruling him out for the remainder of this season, Erin Hawksworth of ABC 7 News reports.
Hall went down just before halftime of Sunday's win over the Giants. Unfortunately, it's not the first time the 32-year-old has seen his season cut short due to injury, especially lately, as Hall has now played just 17 games over the past three seasons. With him unavailable going forward, Will Blackmon could be promoted to the Redskins' starting free safety position.
Hall is out for the rest of Sunday's game with a sprained knee, Mark Ortega of NFL.com reports.
Hall suffered the injury right before halftime and it was determined that he would be unable to return for the second half. It wouldn't be surprising to see him miss some additional time as well. If Hall is forced take an extended absence, expect his role to be filled by Will Blackmon.
Hall is penciled in as Washington's starting free safety at this point in the offseason, Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports.
With only scraps remaining on the free-agent market and the NFL Draft less than a month in the future, Hall remains a mainstay of Washington's secondary. After putting together four consecutive complete campaigns from 2010 through 2013, an array of injuries have limited him to 14 appearances the past two seasons, during which he totaled 64 tackles (51 solo), two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, and one defensive touchdown. The production is a far cry from the peak of his career, especially with no picks on the ledger during that stretch, but the 32-year-old currently has no competition at strong safety.
Hall (calf) is active Sunday against the Cowboys.
After missing practice Wednesday, Hall put in limited sessions Thursday and Friday, and will see time in the lineup at strong safety. With Washington having nothing to play for, it's difficult to know how many snaps he'll end up seeing. Over his last three games, he's recovered a fumble while piling up 19 tackles.
Hall injured his calf in Saturday's win over the Eagles, the Washington Post's Master Tesfatsion reports.
Regardless of his ability to play, Hall may be held out of Sunday's meaningless game against the Cowboys. And even if he ends up playing, it would be quite surprising if he stayed in for the entire game.