Hall, 28, entered the league as an undrafted free agent out of Washington in 2016. A 5-foot-10, 190-pound target who clocked a reported 40-time of 4.28 seconds at his pro day, Hall has made stops with the Las Vegas Raiders, Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions and Cleveland Browns over the years since then.
Through 45 career games, Hall stands with 37 receptions for 772 yards and five touchdowns. He made six starts last season between Detroit and Cleveland, logging a pair of trips to the end zone while averaging 16.8 yards per catch with longs of 55 and 73 yards.
Hall has also operated on special teams during his NFL tenure, returning three punts and 29 kickoffs.
The new arrival at New England’s organized team activities joins a depth chart that includes Nelson Agholor, Kendrick Bourne, Jakobi Meyers, N’Keal Harry, Gunner Olszewski, Isaiah Zuber, Kristian Wilkerson, Devin Smith and rookie Tre Nixon, who arrived in the seventh round by way of Central Florida.