DeAngelo Hall's jersey headed to Pro Football Hall of Fame
DeAngelo Hall tied an NFL record with four interceptions in one game
Hall is the 19th player to intercept four passes in a game
Hall: 'Definitely humbled and honored' by HOF's request
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) -- After tying an NFL record with four interceptions in a game, DeAngelo Hall is getting his jersey picked off - and shipped to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The Washington Redskins cornerback announced Tuesday on Twitter that the No. 23 he wore in Sunday's 17-14 win over Chicago is on the way to Canton, Ohio.
A spokesman for the Hall of Fame confirmed that it had asked for the jersey.
Hall is the 19th player to intercept four passes in a game, and the first to do it since Deltha O'Neal with Denver in 2001.
Hall tweeted that he is "definitely humbled and honored" by the Hall of Fame's request.
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