DeAngelo Hall is a retired American football player with a $35 million net worth. DeAngelo Hall was a cornerback who spent the majority of his career with the Washington Redskins, as well as the Atlanta Falcons and the Oakland Raiders.

DeAngelo Eugene Hall was born in Chesapeake, Virginia, on November 19, 1983, and attended Deep Creek High School, where he lettered in football, basketball, and track and field.

He was a running back and a cornerback on the football team, and he was very good at both. Hall was named district offensive and defensive player of the year his junior year and was a first-team All-Tidewater selection as a defensive back.

During his senior year, he scored 30 touchdowns, rushed for over 1,300 yards, intercepted nine passes, and had over 100 tackles to help Deep Creek win the state AAA Division Six championship game.

Hall was named all-district player of the year and an all-district defensive back, running back, and return man. The Tidewater Player of the Year and Norfolk Sports Club Player of the Year was named a first-team Group AAA defensive back by the Associated Press and The Roanoke Times ranked him second in Virginia.

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Real Name/Full NameDeAngelo Eugene Hall
Nick Name/Celebrated Name:DeAngelo Hall
Birth Place:Rockville
Date Of Birth/Birthday:Nov 19, 1983
Age/How Old:39
Height/How Tall:5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Weight:Not Known
Eye Color:Blue
Hair Color:Black
Parents Name:Samuel Hall, Joan Hall
Siblings:Kevin Smith, Tyrone Hall, James Smith
School:Virginia Polytechnic Institute
College:State University
Religion:Not Known
Nationality:American
Social media Accounts: (With link)Instagram/Twitter
Zodiac Sign:Scorpio
Gender:Male
Sexual Orientation:straight
Marital Status:Married
Girlfriend:Not Known
Wife/Spouse Name:Jada Hall
Kids/Children Name:Not Known
Profession:American football player
Net Worth:$35 million

Career And Awards

Deangelo Hall Net Worth

The Atlanta Falcons selected DeAngelo Hall with the eighth overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft. He had 35 tackles and two interceptions in his rookie season. At just 21 years old, he also set the record for the youngest player to return an interception for a touchdown.

Hall was traded to the Oakland Raiders on March 20, 2008. He signed a seven-year mega contract with the team shortly after, but he was released in November. Hall then agreed to terms with the Washington Redskins on a one-year deal.

Hall signed a new multi-year contract with the Redskins on February 27, 2009, as an unrestricted free agent. Hall, a two-time Pro Bowler, was selected for a third time in the 2011 Pro Bowl. He was named Pro Bowl MVP after recording six tackles, an interception, and a fumble recovery for a touchdown.

He was released by the Redskins after five seasons due to salary cap issues. They did, however, reach an agreement to keep him in Washington. Hall switched to safety full-time in November 2015, but his 2016 season ended in week three when he tore his ACL and was placed on the injured reserve list.

Due to the injury, Hall was placed on the physically unable to perform list to begin the season in 2017, and he returned in week nine. Following the season, DeAngelo Hall announced his retirement.

His career accomplishments include being tied for the most interceptions in a single game (four), having the most career fumble return yards (328), having the second-most career fumble return touchdowns (five), and being the only player ever to have at least five fumble return touchdowns and five interception return touchdowns.

The three-time Pro Bowler (2005, 2006, 2011) had 730 tackles, two sacks, 11 forced fumbles, 15 fumble recoveries, 43 interceptions, and ten touchdowns. In honor of their 90th anniversary, Hall was inducted into Washington’s Greatest Players list.

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