The New York Jets and Bryce Hall have reached an agreement on a contract that will pay him $3.6 million over the course of four years. This makes Hall the first rookie to sign a deal with the organization after the NFL draft in 2020.
Gregg Williams’ defense will have a lot of unanswered questions at the cornerback position after the addition of the young CB.
The lanky defensive back, who is 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs 121 pounds, should fit into Williams’ zone plan rather well, along with the experienced Pierre Desir and the young players Bless Austin and Arthur Maulet.
During his four years at Virginia, Hall recorded 154 total tackles, five interceptions, and 38 pass deflections. He also had 38 pass deflections. When Joe Douglas was selected in the fifth round of the draft, he humbly accepted the gift that was Hall.
The player who was selected 158th overall in the draft (and eighth of nine total Jets selections) becomes the first New York Jets rookie to sign on the dotted line and officially make that dream a reality.
How Much Does Bryce Hall Make?
Bryce Hall makes an average of $902,701 per year. Hall’s base salary in 2022 will be $895,000, and his cap hit will be $973,951.