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MRI Confirms Redskins S DeAngelo Hall Has Torn ACL, Out For Season

Update:

Redskins S DeAngelo Hall tells Erin Hawksworth that the MRI, unfortunately, confirmed that he has a completely torn ACL that will require surgery.

The plan for Hall is to wait until the swelling goes down and then have Dr. James Andrews perform the surgery.

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Following Sunday’s win over the Giants, Redskins S DeAngelo Hall told Josina Anderson that he was informed that he sustained a torn ACL during the game.

  • Hall added that he will undergo an MRI at some point in the near future. Anderson observed that Hall appeared to be walking fine, despite the injury.
  • Ian Rapoport confirms that the belief right now is that Hall suffered a torn ACL.

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Redskins safety DeAngelo Hall had to be carried off the field after his knee twisted. Hall was unable to put pressure on his right leg as he was helped off.

The Redskins announced that Hall is out for the remainder of the game with a sprained right knee.

Hall, 32, is in the third year of his four-year, $17 million contract that includes $5.4 million guaranteed and stands to make base salaries of $4.25 million over the next two years.

Entering today’s game, Hall has appeared in two games and recorded 11 tackles, no interceptions and a pass defense.

We’ll have more regarding Hall’s injury as the news is available.