Jaguars Sign Safety Hall
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) _ Free agent safety Dana Hall, a former first-round draft choice, signed Wednesday with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Hall, 26, played in 15 games for the Cleveland Browns in 1995, starting twice.
The Jaguars did not release contract terms, but The Florida Times-Union said Hall signed a four-year deal that will pay up about $500,000 per season, and he could make up to about $1 million a year with incentives.
Hall, 6-2 and 206 pounds, is a five-year veteran from Washington. He signed with the Browns as a free agent last May 19 after being waived following three seasons with San Francisco.
Hall started 26 of 44 games for the 49ers. Last year he had 49 tackles, two interceptions, a sack, three passes defended and eight special team tackles.
He was the 18th player drafted overall in 1992.
A native of Bellflower, Calif., Hall is the fourth unrestricted free agent to sign with the Jaguars since the signing period began Feb. 16.