Tired of talking about the NFL labor situation? Us, too! So we're happy to see that someone in the No Fun League isn't above keeping things interesting in the midst of a painful NFL offseason. During a recent radio interview on Washington D.C.'s 106.7 The Fan, Redskins corner DeAngelo Hall spoke about a number of things including the lockout, the 'Skins' frustrating 2010 season, and, most interestingly, his four-INT performance against Jay Cutler and the Bears last season. And he pulled no punches when it came time to share his true feelings on his domination of Kristin Cavallari's boy toy.

"Jay is definitely a clown," Hall said. "I played against the kid one other time, and it was when I first went to Oakland, first game of the season we played on a Monday night. And [current Redskins coach Mike] Shanahan was actually coaching. He's played against Al Davis so long, he knows what we're going to be in—man under, it ain't no help, just go out and play football no matter what they come out in. You can tell Shanahan was scheming us up—max protection, double/triple move—and Eddie Royal had caught a couple balls against me that game. And I tell you what, I don't know if Jay was like, I'm going to keep going at him, I don't care what's going on. [But] the first half [of the Redskins/Bears game last season], I didn't have an interception, a pass breakup, or nothing. And then to come out in the second half against those guys and get four interceptions. Man, I've never had more than two in a game, so to go out and get four in a half, I was like, Man, this is unreal! I'm on the sideline like, Wow, this is pretty amazing!"

Amazing if you're DeAngelo Hall, of course, not Jay Cutler. [via Red Zone Talk]

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