Redskins Safety DeAngelo Hall Agrees to Take a Pay Cut

The Redskins are running tight on salary cap room but they just completed a deal that will give them a little bit more, Rich Tandler of CSN Midatlantic reports.

Safety DeAngelo Hall told reporters today that he has agreed to a revised contract that will lower his $4.25 million base salary for this season. He said that the deal was completed “in the last few days”.

Hall, entering his 14th NFL season and his 10th with the Redskins, has missed 31 games the last three years with an assortment of injuries. After the season he said that he would be amenable to adjusting his contract to reflect the missed time.

According to Mike Jones of the Washington Post, Hall’s salary will be reduced to $2.3 million. That means that the Redskins will add just under $2 million to their available cap space.


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