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Hall’s interception taught him a lesson that could serve him in a game down the road.

“Now that I know that … if I come out of there and maybe feel [the cornerback] is flat-footed trying to jump something, I just chuck it out of bounds,” he said.

NOTES: The team’s assistant coaching staff on Thursday released a signed statement that it sides with ownership during the lockout. The staff also distanced itself from the NFL Coaches Association, which on Wednesday filed a brief in the U.S. Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals in support of players’ attempt to have the lockout lifted. … A Fairfax County judge on Wednesday postponed defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth’s misdemeanor assault trial to give Haynesworth a chance to settle the matter with the alleged victim. A new hearing is scheduled for May 31.