NFL Pro Bowler De Angelo Hall headlines 2018 American Bowl International in Trieste, Italy

The 15th American Bowl International Camp Trieste is set to be held July 12-14 at Ervatti Field in Trieste, Italy and this year will feature former NFL Pro Bowler De Angelo Hall.

Hall recently retired from the NFL after a 15 year career, played for the Atlanta Falcons, Washington Redskins and Oakland Raiders. He appeared in three Pro Bowls and finished his career with 43 interceptions including 10 touchdowns, and he holds the career record for most fumble return yards. He is the only NFL player to score five touchdowns on interceptions and five on fumble returns. Hall tied an NFL record by recording four interceptions in a game against the Chicago Bears on October 24, 2010.

Joining Hall on the coaching staff will be Emery Moorehead (Chicago Bears, 1985 Superbowl Champs), Shaun Gayle, also a Chicago Bear Super Bowl winner, and Kris Haines, a  former wide receiver for the Washington Redskins, Chicago Bears and Buffalo Bills. Haines is a member of the Cotton Bowl Hall of Fame after he he played with Notre Dame.

The staff is completed by top European national team coaches from Italy, Spain, Holland and Hungary.

A cheerleading camp will be held as well with two American coaches from the Universal Cheerleaders Association.

The quality and reputation of these camps has attracted more than 100 athletes and “shadow coaches” for the football camp. Other smaller events will take place over the course of the three-day camp.

A final scrimmage will be held on the final day of the camp, Saturday, July 15 and a cheerleading exhibition will take place as well.

A press conference is scheduled for Wednesday July 11 in Trieste.

Previous camps have featured NFL stars such as Mike Singletary (2017), Brock Olivo, Lamont Warren, Sam Rogers, Bob Avellini, Matt Joyce, Ken Lanier, Mark Rypien, Steve Bono and the legendary Joe Montana.

For more information go to americanbowl.org.

 

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