New Deal for D. Hall

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Re: New Deal for D. Hall

Postby oj » Sat Feb 22, 2014 7:58 am

I'm glad he is resigned, I have huge respect for the man and I'd like to see him train an apprentice to fill his shoes - we haven't had that in the last decade or two and it is time we thought about continuity instead of replacing.
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Re: New Deal for D. Hall

Postby The Hogster » Sat Feb 22, 2014 2:39 pm

He's our best corner. I have no idea why people continue to hate on him. Who are we to talk about the best player in our weak secondary??? Good sign.
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Re: New Deal for D. Hall

Postby Neo » Sat Feb 22, 2014 3:28 pm

The Hogster wrote:He's our best corner. I have no idea why people continue to hate on him. Who are we to talk about the best player in our weak secondary??? Good sign.


Great comment!

Not to mention he's been taking a leadership role. I think he's a contributor to Amerson's improvements through the year. Now Hall is even talking to the other players trying to get them to stay with us.

Gotta say, this guy has impressed me over the past year. I used to hate on him a lot, but now he's got my full respect.

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