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i saw this on PFT.....and i know alot of you guys say this or that about PFT.....but i believe it 100%.....D-hall is a talent....but its no way we can have a winning team with a guy who is suppose to be a leader....showing the young guys this type of attitude towards not only the coach....but towards his me first attitude......People say chad johnson is a me first attitude.....dude would do anything for his team......D-Hall wont......Im a D-Hall fan....but im even more a falcon fan...His stock is threw the roof so we can easily get a first round pick....we have to trade this guy regardless if this is true or not.....

HALL TO PAYTON: "I'LL PLAY FOR YOU FOR THE MINIMUM"

Our moles who were in the Georgia Dome on Monday night tell us that, at one point during the game between New Orleans and Atlanta, Falcons cornerback DeAngelo Hall was overheard telling Saints coach Sean Payton, "I'll play for you for the minimum," or words to that effect.

Hall was fined $100,000 for his conduct in a game earlier this year against the Panthers, and the general feeling in the wake of the incident has been that Hall won't be back in 2008.

Prior to that, Hall made clear his desire to test the open market once his rookie contract expires.

It's unlikely that Hall would actually play for the Saints, or anyone, for the minimum player contract with four years of experience. Still, the broader point is that Hall clearly wants out of Atlanta. He'll likely get his wish.

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atljbo (12/11/2007)
i saw this on PFT.....and i know alot of you guys say this or that about PFT.....but i believe it 100%.....D-hall is a talent....but its no way we can have a winning team with a guy who is suppose to be a leader....showing the young guys this type of attitude towards not only the coach....but towards his me first attitude......People say chad johnson is a me first attitude.....dude would do anything for his team......D-Hall wont......Im a D-Hall fan....but im even more a falcon fan...His stock is threw the roof so we can easily get a first round pick....we have to trade this guy regardless if this is true or not.....

HALL TO PAYTON: "I'LL PLAY FOR YOU FOR THE MINIMUM"

Our moles who were in the Georgia Dome on Monday night tell us that, at one point during the game between New Orleans and Atlanta, Falcons cornerback DeAngelo Hall was overheard telling Saints coach Sean Payton, "I'll play for you for the minimum," or words to that effect.

Hall was fined $100,000 for his conduct in a game earlier this year against the Panthers, and the general feeling in the wake of the incident has been that Hall won't be back in 2008.

Prior to that, Hall made clear his desire to test the open market once his rookie contract expires.

It's unlikely that Hall would actually play for the Saints, or anyone, for the minimum player contract with four years of experience. Still, the broader point is that Hall clearly wants out of Atlanta. He'll likely get his wish.

I think it's true, and I think he's gone.

Guys like that can be a cancer to a team. With a bad attitude like that, he's more valuable to us off our team (trade value) than on it.

Too bad, too, with so much talent. That's how it goes sometimes.

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well he isnt a petrino fan......obviously, and that is no longer a problem. with vick no longer being here, and our team having a defense to build on, is a defensive coach next? a happy d'lo would be good for this franchise, and me as a fan. coaches salaries dont count against the cap, and with cowher out there, i can only wonder if blank could fix him a steak dinner at the mansion.

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Before you badmouth DeAngelo Hall based on hearsay from a garbage site, watch this video clip at NFL.com.

http://www.nfl.com/videos;jsessionid=F5B24...9000d5d80507f94

He could have taken cheap shots since his concerns about Petrino appear valid. Instead, he showed the type of leadership we are going to need if we are going to pull ourselves out of this mess.

During a time of chaos within this organization, I think DeAngelo Hall just took control of the team. I welcome that maturity from him.

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I don't know if this even that significant, but I felt it spoke to his character if not to his attitude at times. If you were watching the game on TV, you all saw this. Hall was covering Patten on a route that went into the endzone and the two were vying for position on a ball that ended up just beyond the two of them. Patten came down hard and was slow to get up, and Hall started to give him a hand to help him up but realized that he was at least shaken up. He quickly then waved to hail to New Orleans trainers and knelt down to check on Patten and made sure to tell him to hold still until the trainers came down.

Maybe I'm making more of this than I should, but it seems like he showed some character, there, to be struggling against an opponent one minute but after the play, he does everything to make sure the man is all right.

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