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Max Hall | Quarterback

Team: Unsigned Free Agent
Age / DOB:  (28) / 10/1/1985
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 205
College: Brigham Young
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Ex-Cardinals QB Max Hall has signed with the CFL’s Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
Part of the Cardinals' disastrous attempt to replace Kurt Warner in 2010, Hall spent 2012 as a student assistant at his alma mater BYU. His NFL days are over. Mon, Apr 8, 2013 12:47:00 PM

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Former Cardinals QB Max Hall has accepted an assistant quarterbacks coach position at his alma mater, BYU.

It's a student-assistant job. Hall, still just 26 years old, signed with the Cardinals as an undrafted free agent in 2010 and actually made three starts as a rookie, but proved brittle, error prone, and out of his league at the NFL level. He did have a skill set that would have suited arena ball, but apparently has decided to retire. Hall was a prolific passer at BYU from 2007-2009.
Fri, Aug 3, 2012 01:07:00 PM

The Cardinals failed to tender exclusive rights free agent QB Max Hall, making him an unrestricted free agent.

An undrafted free agent out of BYU, Hall failed to appear in a game for Arizona in 2011 after completing just half of his 68 attempts and putting up a 1:6 TD:INT ratio in 2010. He's unlikely to land a third-string quarterback job this summer, so the AFL or CFL could be his best option.
Wed, Apr 4, 2012 03:08:00 PM

Cardinals QB Max Hall will undergo surgery on his left shoulder.

The damage turned out to be more serious than originally believed. Hall made it through waivers and will spend the 2011 season on injured reserve. He'll be back to battle for the No. 3 job in next year's training camp.
Tue, Aug 30, 2011 03:02:00 PM

Cardinals QB Max Hall (shoulder, injured reserve) reportedly may need surgery on his subluxed left shoulder.

Hall is expected to eventually be released with an injury settlement, though shoulder surgery might prevent him from latching on elsewhere anytime soon. Beat writer Mike Jurecki jokingly suggested "arena ball" for Hall, but it's actually a pretty good idea. The arena game would be a better fit for Hall's skill set.
Wed, Aug 24, 2011 08:29:00 PM

Cardinals waived/injured QB Max Hall.

Hall suffered a left (non-throwing) shoulder dislocation, is out 4-6 weeks, and was not going to make the 53 anyway. The Cardinals will roll with John Skelton and Richard Bartel behind Kevin Kolb, with Brodie Croyle as a camp arm. Hall started three games as an undrafted rookie last season, completing 29-of-59 passes for 275 yards with one touchdown and four interceptions.
Wed, Aug 24, 2011 11:55:00 AM

Cardinals QB Max Hall is sidelined with a subluxation in his left shoulder.

It's a similar injury to the one that ended Hall's season as a rookie. He was already fourth on the depth chart, so there's a good chance that he'll end up waived/injured in the near future. John Skelton is nursing a high ankle sprain, which further necessitated the Brodie Croyle signing.
Tue, Aug 23, 2011 03:10:00 PM

Cardinals QB Max Hall is ineligible for the practice squad this season.

Hall was active for 10 games last season, which exceeds playing time requirements for the practice squad. He's currently fourth on the depth chart behind Kevin Kolb, John Skelton, and Richard Bartel. The Cardinals won't keep four QBs, so he'll have to turn heads again in preseason action.
Tue, Aug 9, 2011 06:09:00 PM

Cardinals QB Max Hall plans to add 10 pounds of muscle before the start of the 2011 season.

Hall is fully recovered from a late-season separated shoulder. The added bulk is a good idea considering the dare-devil playing style he exhibited as a rookie, but he's likely headed to the practice squad this year. The Cardinals are the favorites for Kevin Kolb, and they may end up signing Marc Bulger as insurance.
Wed, May 11, 2011 09:11:00 AM

The Arizona Republic suggests that QB Max Hall may be ticketed for the Cardinals' practice squad in 2011.

Hall looked so overwhelmed in six 2010 appearances that there is growing sentiment around the Cardinals that Richard Bartel is a better prospect. Hall could still pan out as a long-term backup, but his arm strength and overall makeup aren't NFL caliber. The former BYU Cougar finished his rookie year with a 1:6 TD-to-INT ratio and a 50.0 completion percentage.
Fri, Apr 8, 2011 02:07:00 PM

Cardinals placed QB Max Hall (shoulder) on injured reserve, ending his season.

His non-throwing shoulder was separated in last week's game. Hall played in six games as an undrafted rookie, getting knocked out of two of them with serious injuries and missing time in another. H e finishes his first year with a 1:6 TD-to-INT ratio and a 50.0 completion rate while failing to answer questions about body size and arm strength. The Cardinals can hope he develops into a Ty Detmer-style backup, but he's not the answer as a starter.
Tue, Dec 7, 2010 01:41:00 PM

Max Hall (shoulder) is expected to miss 2-4 weeks of action.

He'll almost surely be placed on injured reserve when the Cardinals, as expected, bring in a quarterback this week, as there's no point for them to cross their fingers and hope for a late-season return. On the bright side, at least the shoulder separation is to his left (non-throwing) arm. Hall's rookie season has likely ended with a QB rating of 35.7.
Tue, Dec 7, 2010 08:15:00 AM

Cardinals QB Max Hall revealed after Sunday's loss that he suffered a dislocated left (non-throwing) shoulder against the Rams.

Hall suffered the injury on a strip-sack, forcing rookie John Skelton onto the field. Hall is definitely going to miss multiple games, if not the rest of the season, and the Cardinals have no reason to turn back to Derek Anderson at this point. Though coach Ken Whisenhunt was noncommittal following Sunday's game, Skelton seems likely to start against the Broncos in Week 14. Expect Whisenhunt to make an official announcement by Tuesday.
Sun, Dec 5, 2010 07:41:00 PM

Max Hall is out for the remainder of Sunday's game with a left shoulder injury.

After taking two sacks, throwing a pick, and completing 1-of-3 attempts for 10 yards, Hall headed to the locker room and will not return. Rookie John Skelton has replaced him. Hall has looked shell-shocked in his latest appearances, and from the sound of it the shoulder injury could be serious. It's hard to imagine Skelton being any worse than Hall or Derek Anderson, anyway.
Sun, Dec 5, 2010 06:44:00 PM

Larry Fitzgerald has taken issue with ESPN’s Ron Jaworski’s criticism of Max Hall.

Jaws said, among other things, of Hall: "You just don’t see a skill set that projects to be a consistent NFL quarterback." Fitz said on KTAR radio in Phoenix that it’s "far too early to write (Hall) off" and that "the more playing time he gets, the better he’s going to be." Coach Ken Whisenhunt has yet to announce whether it will be Hall or Derek Anderson that starts in Week 9.
Wed, Nov 3, 2010 10:57:00 AM

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PosRoleName
QB1Kyle Orton
2Josh Freeman
3B.J. Coleman
4Dominique Davis
5Tim Tebow
6Josh Portis
7John Skelton
8Vince Young
9Kevin Kolb
10Tyler Thigpen
11David Carr
12Pat White
13John Parker Wilson
14Jerrod Johnson
15Adam Weber
16Nate Enderle
17Nick Stephens
18Ryan Katz
19Colby Cameron
20Kyle Padron
21James Vandenberg
22Mike Hermann
23Nathan Stanley
24Dalton Williams
25Matt Brown
26Caleb TerBush
27Tim Jenkins
28Dayne Crist
29Brett Smith
30Tommy Rees
31Brock Jensen
32Jordan Rodgers
33Alex Carder
34Keith Price
35Kory Faulkner
36Collin Klein
37Rusty Smith
RB1Michael Turner
2Michael Bush
3Brandon Jackson
4D.J. Ware
5Ryan Torain
6Beanie Wells
7Andre Brown
8Jamie Harper
9Chris Rainey
10Terrance Ganaway
11Alvester Alexander
12Zach Brown
13Brandon Saine
14Tim Cornett
15Isaac Redman
16Lance Ball
17D.J. Harper
18Jordan Roberts
19Orwin Smith
20Javarris James
21Darren Evans
22Delone Carter
23Anthony Allen
24Damien Berry
25Richard Murphy
26Phillip Tanner
27Tim Flanders
28Armond Smith
29Stefphon Jefferson
30Deonte Williams
31Bradley Randle
32Quentin Hines
33De'Leon Eskridge
GLB1Michael Turner
2Michael Bush
3Ryan Torain
4Beanie Wells
5Andre Brown
3RB1Michael Bush
2D.J. Ware
3Beanie Wells
4Andre Brown
FB1Lousaka Polite
2Vonta Leach
3Lawrence Vickers
4Le'Ron McClain
5Jacob Hester
6Chris Pressley
7Brit Miller
8Braden Wilson
9Owen Marecic
10Dorson Boyce
11Owen Schmitt
12Quinn Johnson
13Roosevelt Nix
14James Baker
15Ben Bartholomew
16Alex Debniak
17Ryan Roberson
18Jonathan Amosa
19Rupert Bryan
20Ryan D'Imperio
21Eddie Williams
22Jon Hoese
23Ben Guidugli
24Nate Eachus
25Jourdan Brooks
26Devonte Campbell
27Brock Bolen
WR11Laurent Robinson
2Jabar Gaffney
3Titus Young
4Darius Johnson
5Keenan Davis
6Kevin Hardy
7Lamont Bryant
8Taulib Ikharo
9Terrence Toliver
10Greg Childs
11Devery Henderson
12Ben Obomanu
13Richard Goodman
14Emmanuel Arceneaux
15Johnathan Haggerty
16Jordan White
17Matt Willis
18Lavelle Hawkins
19Brett Swain
20Chaz Schilens
21Charly Martin
22Robby Toma
23Carlin Isles
24Chandler Jones
25Jeremy Kelley
26Sederrick Cunningham
27Zach Rogers
28Marcus Jackson
29Nicholas Johnson
30Roy Roundtree
31Erik Highsmith
32Sam McGuffie
33Tyrone Goard
34Chip Reeves
35Terrell Sinkfield
36Jheranie Boyd
37Eric Rogers
38Rashaad Carter
39Bert Reed
40Brandon Carswell
41Joseph Anderson
42Cole McKenzie
43Jamal Miles
44Rashad Evans
45Quintin Payton
46Demetrius Fields
47Scott Pillar
48Julius Pruitt
49Mardy Gilyard
50Diondre Borel
51Jon Baldwin
52Chastin West
WR21Braylon Edwards
2Davone Bess
3Kerry Meier
4Donald Jones
5Brandon Banks
6Chris Givens
7Raymond Radway
8Darius Hanks
9Aaron Mellette
10Robert Gill
11Steve Breaston
12Earl Bennett
13Mohamed Massaquoi
14Jordan Shipley
15Donte' Stallworth
16Michael Jenkins
17Devin Aromashodu
18Jarett Dillard
19David Ball
20Brandon Collins
21Tray Session
22Dominique Croom
23David Douglas
24Jeff Fuller
25Tim Toone
26Duke Calhoun
27Martel Moore
28Nicholas Edwards
29Perez Ashford
30Rodrick Rumble
31Ronald Johnson
32Roberto Wallace
33Bobby Sewall
34Terrence Austin
35Devin Goda
36Kevin Elliott
37Jared Green
38Michael Calvin
39Taveon Rogers
40Jason Thompson
41Omarius Hines
42Anthony Amos
43R.J. Webb
44Andrew Helmick
45Alex Neutz
46Kelsey Pope
47Jordan Harris
48Andrew DePaola
49James Shaw
50Brandon Kaufman
51Jerry Johnson
52Early Doucet
53Deon Butler
54Patrick Crayton
WR31Jabar Gaffney
2Laurent Robinson
3Davone Bess
TE1Adam Nissley
2Danny Noble
3Randy McMichael
4Leonard Pope
5Tony Scheffler
6David Thomas
7Kevin Boss
8Aaron Hernandez
9D.J. Williams
10Tommy Gallarda
11Michael Egnew
12Sean McGrath
13Andrew Szczerba
14Daniel Graham
15Billy Bajema
16Jamie Childers
17Steve Watson
18Matt Furstenburg
19Ben Cotton
20David Rolf
21Joe Sawyer
22Dan Gronkowski
23Martin Rucker
24Joel Dreessen
25Nelson Rosario
26Hayden Smith
27Konrad Reuland
28Colin Cloherty
29Dominique Curry
30Tom Crabtree
31Brody Eldridge
32Nate Byham
33Dedrick Epps
34Ben Hartsock
35Visanthe Shiancoe
36Jamie McCoy
37Cameron Graham
38Alex Silvestro
39Tim Biere
40Isaiah Stanback
41Richard Quinn
42Jake O'Connell
43Evan Moore
44Evan Landi
45Taylor Cook
46Travis Tannahill
47Chase Clement
48A.C. Leonard
49Joe Don Duncan
50Chase Dixon
51David Wright
K1Rob Bironas
2Garrett Hartley
3Matt Szymanski
4Danny Hrapmann
5Brandon Bogotay
6Havard Rugland
7Austin Signor
8Morgan Lineberry
9Brett Baer
10Brett Maher
11Jose Maltos
12Adam Yates
13Zach Ramirez
14Michael Palardy
15Sergio Castillo