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Surprise: DeAngelo Hall wants out of Atlanta

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Dan Parr

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By Dan Parr

Falcons CB DeAngelo Hall showed up in a hallway at the Combine and held an impromptu press conference, saying “he didn’t want to stay” in Atlanta and felt “stabbed in the back,” by the franchise, sources told PFW.

Hall said he has not demanded a trade, but will go to any team where he’s wanted.

He was upset to find out that new GM Thomas Dimitroff was listening to trade offers for him and said his chances of being with the team next year were slim.

It looked like Hall would clean the slate and start fresh in Atlanta after Bobby Petrino, who once fined Hall $100,000 for shouting at him on the sideline, resigned and Mike Smith took over as head coach. All that probably changes now.

Smith was down the hall speaking to a reporter while the Pro Bowler vented. 

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