By Corey Clark
Former NFL defensive back DeAngelo Hall is hardly a fan favorite among Dallas Cowboys fans. From his spat, literally, with Terrell Owens to the hiarious gif of former lineman and current OL coach Marc Colombo tossing him aside, he’s long been the object of scorn from the fanbase.
This week though, Hall’s trying his hand at being a fair-minded member of the media.
Hall joined NFL Network’s “Good Morning Football” on Thursday to explain what the Cowboys need to do to have a successful 2019 season, giving three bullet points to follow.
You can watch the full video here.
“Let Amari Cooper continue to do what he’s been doing, he made plays,” Hall said on Good Morning Football.
During the 2018 season, Cooper had 53 receptions for 725 yards and six touchdowns in just nine games with the Cowboys. Elliott brought home another NFL rushing title. Hall mentioned if the Cowboys do feed Cooper and Elliott in 2019 it will open the field up for second-year wide receiver Michael Gallup and newly acquired Randall Cobb.
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