The Jacksonville Jaguars have released veteran safety Dana Hall. Hall has played in 91 career games with 38 starts, and has recorded seven career interceptions. In his two seasons with the Jaguars he made 10 starts while playing in all 32 regular season games.
Hall, 28, played in all 16 games for the Jaguars in 1997, primarily in dime coverages, and recorded 14 tackles (11 solo) on defense with 10 tackles on special teams. He signed with the Jaguars in 1996 and started 10 games and recorded one interception. Hall started his career as a first round draft choice of San Francisco in 1992 and earned All-Rookie honors. He played three years for the 49ers, earning a Super Bowl ring in 1994. In 1995 he played for Cleveland, where he saw action in 15 games.
With today's transaction, the Jaguars' current roster count stands at 57 players, not counting the seven unsigned unrestricted free agents.