The Pro Football Hall of Fame's Curator Jason Aikens slipped into the weekly coach's press conference at Redskins Park on Monday to "steal" the jersey worn by Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall during Week 7.
Hall picked off four passes, all in the second half including a 92-yard return for a touchdown, in his team's 17-14 win over the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on Oct. 24, 2010. He became just the 19th player in NFL history and the first since 2001 to have four interceptions in a single game.
This is the jersey he wore on that historic day. As he handed it over to Aikens, he joked to the media on hand, "Here's my jersey and I didn't donate it… they took it!"
Hall then shared, "it's a great honor. I told you guys that as soon as I found out about it. You know, hopefully one day I can join my jersey over there. But right now [I'm] just happy to be a part of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, just the history and the numerous guys that have come before me. I'm just extremely honored to be a part of that and I appreciate it."
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