Jaguars Release Safety Dana Hall
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) _ Veteran safety Dana Hall was released Tuesday by the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Hall, 28, played in 32 games and had 10 starts for the Jaguars. He played in all 16 games in the 1997 season and recorded 14 tackles on defense and 10 on special teams.
Hall signed with the Jaguars in 1996. That season he started 10 games and had one interception. He started his career as a first-round draft choice of San Francisco in 1992, where he earned All-Rookie honors.
Hall played three years for the 49ers, earning a Super Bowl ring in 1994. In 1995, he played 15 games for Cleveland.
The Jaguars’ current roster now stands at 57 players.