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LEON HALL RUMORS & GOSSIP

Bengals' Hall gets reps at safety, open to eventual switch

Leon Hall has never played safety before, but he's open to the idea if the Bengals suggest a switch. Hall spent some time at safety during minicamp last week, mostly because starter George Iloka was unable to practice due to injury.  "We’re just a little thin there with George out," defensive coordinator Paul Guenther told WKRC in Cincinnati. "We just want to see what he can do...
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June 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Leon Hall senses a “bigger” offseason than ever before

The Cincinnati Bengals have been famous for their early departures from the playoffs in recent years, but for whatever reason, veteran corner Leon Hall believes 2015 has a different feel to it. “Year after year it’s a big offseason…this year seems a little bit bigger" Read More: http://t.co/72XcvYoBKp pic.twitter.com/USnirS0Wwu — Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) May 13, 2015...
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May 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bengals: Week 1 preview

Leon Hall is expected to make a full comeback after tearing his achilles last season. NFL week one and all of its glory is finally upon us. The Cincinnati Bengals will open their 2014 campaign on the road in Baltimore against the Ravens. Opening against the Ravens, an AFC North division opponent, will give the Bengals a good test to see where they are to start the year. The Ravens...
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September 04, 2014  |  Discuss

SLIDESHOW: Leon Hall catches his Cincinnati Bengals teammates sleeping

The Cincinnati Bengals got roughed up in their preseason game with the Arizona Cardinals last night. Three players had to be carted off the field in the fourth quarter alone. On top of that, the team had a long flight back home to look forward too. Understandably most of the guys were exhausted and caught a couple of Z’s on the flight back to Ohio. One guy who did not doze off...
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August 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bengals: Biggest winners of training camp

The boys in stripes have been at it for about a week and a half now, and it is becoming more clear to the coaches who deserves a spot on the team and who just may not have what it takes to make it in the NFL. They have had some exciting returns, like Geno Atkins and Leon Hall on defense, but some minor setbacks, like tight end Jermaine Gresham and wide receiver Marvin Jones who have...
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August 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Leon Hall taking nothing for granted

CINCINNATI -- Nick Cosgray has done about all he can for Leon Hall these last nine months. Cosgray heads up the Bengals physical rehabilitation program and Hall has been one of his prized projects. Hall was no longer under Cosgray's eye when training camp practices began Thursday. He was back on the field, taking on the challenges of his wide receiver teammates, stopping, cutting...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
July 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Hall feeling healthy, knows road to recovery

CINCINNATI -- Leon Hall has been through this rehab thing before. He's been through it with his Achilles before. This time he's coming back from tearing his right Achilles. Two years ago it was his left Achilles. If there is one characteristic that Hall has shown in his seven years of playing cornerback for the Bengals it's resiliency. He once got beat for three touchdowns in a game...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
May 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Cornerback Leon Hall cleared for offseason drills

Cornerback Leon Hall has been cleared to participate in offseason drills following a second torn Achilles that placed him on the Bengals Injured Reserve back in October. Hall, a former first-round pick for Cincinnati is searching for the success that he had during the 2009 season which earned him a second Team All-NFL honor with six interceptions, 24 pass deflections, two forced...
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April 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Brian Hall: Vikings made best head coach hire

The Minnesota Vikings, without a franchise quarterback, with the league's worst scoring defense and set to play two seasons outside in a college stadium certainly weren't the most appealing option for potential candidates. But Minnesota, the sixth of the seven teams to decide on its next coach to lead the franchise, might have come away with the best candidate. The Houston Texans...
Via Fox Sports North
January 21, 2014  |  Discuss
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