In the summer Jason joined the 2002 Tennessee Volunteers football team. During his 4 years spent there he was a major contributor at defensive end and special teams on national ranked squads. As a senior Jason enjoyed his best year at UT establishing himself as a premiere pass rusher on a defensive unit that boasted the #1 Ranked Defensive Line in the Country as voted by Athlon Sports (2005). Hall posted a career high in sacks, 7, and tied a University of Tennessee record by recording a sack in five consecutive games. He was voted to the All-Southeastern Conference (AP) Defensive 2nd Team. Following his successful collegiate campaign he still went undrafted in the 2006 NFL Draft.

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  • In the summer Jason joined the 2002 Tennessee Volunteers football team. During his 4 years spent there he was a major contributor at defensive end and special teams on national ranked squads. As a senior Jason enjoyed his best year at UT establishing himself as a premiere pass rusher on a defensive unit that boasted the #1 Ranked Defensive Line in the Country as voted by Athlon Sports (2005). Hall posted a career high in sacks, 7, and tied a University of Tennessee record by recording a sack in five consecutive games. He was voted to the All-Southeastern Conference (AP) Defensive 2nd Team. Following his successful collegiate campaign he still went undrafted in the 2006 NFL Draft. Immediately following the draft, Hall was called up and signed by the Buffalo Bills. With the Bills, Jason, was mostly a special teams contributor and played sparingly at Defensive End. After being released from the Bills, Hall signed with the Carolina Panthers with the intentions of first going to Germany to play in NFL Europe (NFLE). Jason was then drafted and signed by the Cologne Centurions of NFL Europa. He played impressively well setting a career and franchise record in sacks with 13. Hall was named to the All NFL Europe First Team and the Defensive MVP of the league. Hall then came back to the states in time for training camp and the upcoming NFL season with the Carolina Panthers. Hall worked hard to crack the lineup playing behind multiple All Pro defensive lineman. He suffered an injury that ended his season prematurely with team. He was subsoquently released by the Panthers and put on waivers. Hall was then claimed off waivers by the Tennessee Titans after less than a 24 hr wait. Jason made an immediate impact as a pass-rushing specialist. Hall was a perfect fit for Jim Washburn's Wide 9 alignment used for speed-rushing defensive ends. He played well in a reserve role and posted career high numbers in quarterback pressures and sacks. However, once again Hall's season was injury-plagued and end of the season surgery was required. Jason attempted to return to the team to participate in offseason drills, but could not regain his previous form. On March 1, 2009 Jason was released by the Titans and he retired from playing shortly thereafter. Despite having his professional playing career cut short, Jason has enjoyed great success in his post playing days. He is the creator and Master Programmer of Kettle Corps, a community of passionate individuals that subscribe to a Kettlebell and Bodyweight Calisthenic alternative fitness program focused on the unique development of the 3 Fundamental Fitness Skills (Stability, Mobility, and Strength). (en)
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  • In the summer Jason joined the 2002 Tennessee Volunteers football team. During his 4 years spent there he was a major contributor at defensive end and special teams on national ranked squads. As a senior Jason enjoyed his best year at UT establishing himself as a premiere pass rusher on a defensive unit that boasted the #1 Ranked Defensive Line in the Country as voted by Athlon Sports (2005). Hall posted a career high in sacks, 7, and tied a University of Tennessee record by recording a sack in five consecutive games. He was voted to the All-Southeastern Conference (AP) Defensive 2nd Team. Following his successful collegiate campaign he still went undrafted in the 2006 NFL Draft. (en)
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