A 14-year veteran, DeAngelo Hall has decided to retire from the NFL on Monday according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
He will now look to work in a front office or on TV according to John Keim of ESPN.
Hall started his career off with the Atlanta Falcons for three years, before moving on to the Raiders for half of one season in 2008. For the past 10 seasons, he has called Washington D.C. his home, playing for the Redskins.
The former ball-hawk has missed games due to a torn ACL, which occurred in 2016.
Hall was a three-time Pro Bowler and did not win a Super Bowl in his career.