Hall wasn’t expected to re-sign with the Falcons after he took to Instagram to deliver a goodbye message to the team, days ago. In Chicago, he’ll look to be a weapon for Mitchell Trubisky in Matt Nagy’s offense, and is expected to compete for return duties.
Hall won a roster spot for the Falcons in 2017. That season, he played in eight games, primarily on special teams, and hauled in two receptions on nine targets for 60 yards and a touchdown (most of that yardage came on a 40-yard touchdown catch against the Dolphins).
In 2018, Hall became more of an option in the offense — recording 10 receptions on 19 targets for 149 yards and a touchdown. He also racked up 616 kick return yards on 26 attempts, for a 23.7 yards per game average, with a long return of 53 yards in Week 4 against the Bengals. Re-live Hall’s two touchdown receptions for the Falcons (and a long catch by Austin Hooper) below.
We thank Marvin Hall for his contributions to the team over the past two years and wish him nothing but the best in Chicago,