Hall, Landry taunt DeSean Jackson about concussion

LANDOVER - SEPTEMBER 12: DeAngelo Hall  of the Washington Redskins celebrates his touchdown during the NFL season opener against the Dallas Cowboys at FedExField on September 12, 2010 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)

According to a report by Rotoworld.com, Redskins’ cornerback DeAngelo Hall and safety LaRon Landry allegedly taunted DeSean Jackson before the Eagles gave Washington the beating of a lifetime on Monday night.

Hall and Landry were seen making “pillow gestures” toward Jackson and told the wide receiver “night, night,” leading to a pre-game skirmish. Hall denied the allegation, but the former Falcon’s classless history leaves little room for benefit of the doubt. Jackson, of course, had the last word, easily fending off Hall’s jam on the first play of scrimmage and dusting Landry down the deep middle for an 88-yard touchdown bomb to kick-start the blowout. Eagles C Mike McGlynn also accused Landry of spitting in his face during the game.

Rotoworld sums up the situation perfectly: Unless you were standing right there, you don’t know what all was said. However, Hall has a reputation for being a classless player so when situations like these come up, you tend not to believe whatever comes out of his gigantic mouth.

If Hall and Landry did what the Eagles are saying they did, then they certainly got what was coming to them. Hall must think because he intercepted four Jay Cutler passes that were thrown right between his numbers that he’s entitled to act like an idiot. But in the end he got torched, which is nothing new for him.

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