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Kansas City Chiefs Dante Hall
DEN2000092408 -24 SEPTEMBER 2000 - DENVER, COLORADO, USA: Kansas City Chiefs Dante Hall (20) runs against Broncos defenders Darryl Pounds (31) and Chris Cole (84) in the first half of Sundays game in Denver. The Chief's won over the Broncos 23 to 22 in Denver, CO, September 24. rw/br//Bill Ross UPI
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Damieon Dante Hall (born September 20, 1978 in Lufkin, Texas) is currently a free agent American football kick returner, punt returner, and wide receiver in the National Football League. Hall, often referred to as "X-Man," "The X-factor," "The Human Torch" and "The Human Joystick." He was a fifth round draft pick out of Texas A&M University by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2000 NFL Draft. Hall played for the Chiefs for six years before being traded to the St. Louis Rams on April 25, 2007 for the Rams' third and fifth-round pick in the 2007 NFL Draft.

Hall played for Texas A&M University as a running back and return specialist. His 4,707 all-purpose yards place him second in school history behind Darren Lewis. He majored in Sociology.

The Kansas City Chiefs drafted Dante Hall in the fifth-round of the 2000 NFL Draft. He made his NFL debut on September 24, 2000 as a kick/punt returner. In five games he returned 17 kickoffs for 358 yards and six punts for 37 yards.

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