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Washington S DeAngelo Hall suffered a torn right ACL in Sunday's win over the Giants. That will end his season -- and quite possibly the career of the DB, who will turn 33 in November. Fantasy owners should hope that this development turns into more playing time for safety/LB hybrid Su'a Cravens, though he doesn't quite fit the FS void that Hall leaves behind. Washington is also awaiting further word on CB Bashaud Breeland's status after he suffered an ankle injury Sunday.

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Washington has ruled CB DeAngelo Hall out for Sunday's game against the Eagles because of the toe injury that knocked him out of last Thursday's loss to the Giants.

Washington CB DeAngelo Hall says he suffered a torn Achilles' tendon in Sunday's loss at Philadelphia, according to ESPN's John Keim.  That would obviously end the year for the high-ceiling IDP.  E.J. Biggers sits behind Hall on the depth chart, though Bashaud Breeland got on the field a lot against Philly.  Either would have to prove himself an IDP target before you should bother with him.

Washington CB DeAngelo Hall left Sunday morning's practice with a back injury.  Hall hit the ground hard after going up to defense a pass and was later carted off the sideline.  The injury turned out to only be a bruise, however, which doesn't seem like it should affect Hall's readiness for the season.  He remains an undervalued IDP target, especially if your league plays with CB-specific slots.  Hall gets burned often in coverage but makes a fair number of tackles and provides 1 of the position's best big-play profiles.  Check our 2014 IDP rankings to see where you should target the veteran.

10:39am EST 11/17/13
As he promised, Washington CB DeAngelo Hall (foot) is active and ready to play against the Eagles today.  Philly QB Nick Foles, of course, has yet to throw an INT this season.  But Hall carries big-play upside every time he takes the field.

Washington CB DeAngelo Hall (foot) is officially questionable for Sunday's visit to Philadelphia.  He said he expects to play in the game, though.  Hall carries big-play upside into every game but also will face a QB in Nick Foles who has yet to throw an INT this season.

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