ASHBURN, Va. - Longtime Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall is retiring, putting an end to his storied 14-year career in the NFL, according to reports.
The Richmond Times-Post reports that Hall, 34, will not play this season and is wrestling whether to launch a career in TV or in a front office for an NFL team.
However, the Redskins tweeted Monday night, "DeAngelo Hall has not yet officially decided to retire despite reports."
DeAngelo Hall has not yet officially decided to retire despite reports.— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) May 15, 2018
The Chesapeake, Virginia native who attended Deep Creek High School went on to play football for Virginia Tech. Falling a standout career for the Hokies, Hall was taken No. 8 overall by the Atlanta Falcons in the 2004 NFL Draft.
Hall eventually signed with Washington in the 2009 offseason and went on to play in 106 games for the Redskins, recording 393 tackles and 23 interceptions for the team.
The three-time Pro Bowler is seen as a shoo-in for the Redskins Ring of Fame.