Report: Former Mizzou WR Emanuel Hall finds new NFL home after being waived by Bears
One of the bigger surprises of the 2019 NFL Draft was that former Mizzou WR Emanuel Hall ended up going undrafted.
After the draft concluded, he quickly signed with the Chicago Bears, but he was waived by them earlier this week.
It didn’t take long for him to land a new job, though, as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers reportedly signed him to a new deal on Wednesday, per ESPN’s Field Yates:
The Buccaneers claimed former Bears WR Emanuel Hall off of waivers, per source.
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) August 14, 2019
Hall had 2,016 yards and 16 touchdowns in his Mizzou career, but did have trouble staying healthy.
However, his talent level is undeniable when he’s on the field, as he and QB Drew Lock had quite a connection the past couple of years.
Hall seemed to confirm the news on Twitter:
Go Bucs 👍
— Emanuel Hall (@emanuelhall) August 14, 2019