Former Mizzou WR Emanuel Hall announces he'll miss 2020 NFL season due to injury
Former Missouri WR Emanuel Hall has suffered another setback in his professional clear.
Hall announced this weekend on his Instagram account that he will miss the 2020 NFL season after tearing his Achilles while working out. He shared the following in the caption of a photo showing him in a walking boot with crutches:
“So for those that don’t know, about a month ago while running routes and getting ready for training camp, I tore my Achilles. I have never second guessed what I want for my life. I fell in love with this game at 7 years old and have been obsessed ever since. One thing I have learned in the past 2 years is that perception is everything. If you have your mind right, it will always take your life from point A to point B. Even though this is a major setback I’m going to bounce back. I’m determined. I want to thank all the people who have supported my career ever since I stepped on the field. Just know I’m working.”
Hall’s MU career ended after the 2018 season. He went undrafted in the 2019 NFL Draft but signed with the Chicago Bears. The Bears waived him in August 2019 before the start of the season. He also spent roughly a month with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before being waived. In December, Hall signed a futures/reserve contract with the Washington Redskins. He concluded his Instagram note with a Hail to the Redskins hashtag.
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