DeAngelo Hall Owes $24K In Back Taxes

Cornerback DeAngelo Hall probably isn’t hurting for cash, but he owes $24,202.06 in back taxes on his Northampton County, Virginia, property. Hall, whose residence is assessed at $1.3 million, will have a few months to square up his $24,000 debt, but if he doesn’t the county will sell the home at auction.

The Daily News first reported the story and couldn’t reach Hall for comment and the Redskins couldn’t reach out to Hall because there can be no contact between players and teams during the lockout. As for Hall, the former Falcons first-round pick has made tens of millions of dollars during his seven-year career.

This includes the six-year, $55 million deal the Redskins gave him in February 2009 (because they’re not an outfit known to overspend for talent), as well as the heist Hall perpetrated against the Raiders, where he averaged over $1 million a game until Oakland had seen enough and cut him eight games into the 2008 season.


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