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Deiondre' Hall returns to practice for the Chicago Bears

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The Chicago Bears received some pleasant news when second year defensive back, Deiondre' Hall, returned to practice at Halas Hall today.

Hall was placed on injured reserve on September 4th with a hamstring injury, and by him practicing today the Bears now have a 21 day window to decide if he’s healthy enough to be activated off of IR. If the Bears decide he’s ready, his addition to the 53 man roster will require a corresponding move.

Hall played some safety and corner in college at the University of Northern Iowa, and as a rookie in 2016 he primarily player corner. This offseason the Bears decided to move him to free safety, and he played both positions in camp and preseason.

The NFL allows teams to bring two players off of injured reserve now, so there’s still hope for the Bears’ other IR’ed players like wide receiver Kevin White or rookie offensive lineman Jordan Morgan, just to name two.