The DeAngelo Hall saga should wrap up in the next 24-48 hours, as now that he has cleared waivers, he should make up his mind on where his NFL career is going to continue. Adam Schefter of NFL Network is reporting that there are four teams in the mix for Hall’s services. Those teams are – Washington, New York Giants, New England, Pittsburgh.
“It’s rare that one of the top players at his position in the game comes free now,” one of Hall’s agents, Joel Segal, said Thursday. “DeAngelo can be a missing ingredient for any playoff contender that needs a cornerback. He’s excited about his potential opportunities and helping a team try to achieve its regular-season and post-season goals.”
It will be interesting to see what team Hall ends up with. The Giants could use some corner help, as could the Redskins. The Pats just signed Jason Webster, showing where they are at in terms of their secondary. The Steelers have an injury in their secondary as well with Bryant McFadden out. He should be back in a few weeks.
Where ever he ends up, it will be interesting to see if the former first-round pick can revive his career.