As an undrafted rookie last season,
"I told the coaches from the jump that I'm not going to be on the practice squad this year, and I'm going to show them why," he said after Monday's practice at the team's training facility in Owings Mills. "I've been up here this whole time working my tail off. I just want an opportunity to come out and play for the Ravens."
So far, it appears that Hall is being rewarded for his effort. He has joined nose tackle
Hall’s goal shouldn’t be interpreted as criticism of the practice squad. In fact, he said the time spent on the practice squad was immensely beneficial for his learning curve in the
“It’s kind of like going through a redshirt year in college,” he said. “You get to get a feel for everything, but actually, it makes you a lot more hungrier. Nothing like being at the
Hall is competing with Tyson and a trio of undrafted rookies in Ishmaa’ily Kitchen,
"Some guys pick up the playbook real fast, and some guys take longer than others," he said. "I don't really worry about that. I've just got to go out and maximize what I do on the practice field and just have fun."
Fun is a perfect adjective for Hall, who may rival outside linebacker