"I don't know what kind of message it sent to let Grady go," Hall said Wednesday. "Coach [Bobby Petrino] didn't address anything with us. You guys probably know more than we know. You guys just talked to him. We don't know nothing. We're going to have to wait and read what y'all put out. We had a team meeting today, kind of thought the team meeting was to talk about that; didn't say one word about it. Had a defensive meeting, didn't talk one word about it. Had practice, broke down practice, didn't talk one word about it. "We kind of don't know what the reason was, why, what's the next step.We don't know anything. I'm going to read your article tomorrow and see what he had to say." When Hall was told Petrino said the move was a football decision, he responded: "If that's the case they need to cut about 52 [players], they can cut me too, they can cut all 53 of us. Ain't nobody playing the way they should be playing right now. Obviously. We're 1-6. To single out Grady is asinine. It's ridiculous. We got so many players that haven't made a play around here. It don't make no sense. We gave a lot of people jobs. To sit there and single Grady out and say that's the reason why, that's ludicrous. If you've got something else better and more concrete to go off of, I'd love to hear it. I'm not buying that one." (http://www.ajc.com/sports/content/sports/falcons/stories/2007/10/24/dhall_1024.html) Now here is the question. If Deangelo gets cut by the Falcons or put on the trading block, would you be interested in adding him to this Patriots team? Looks like another disgruntled Corey Dillon type situation to me. If Hall comes in here he would give a lot of leverage vs Asante Samuel. Or Imagine if we kept em both,the Pats secondary would be SHUTDOWN on both sides of the field! Thoughts?