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Former Bucs tight end dies at age 43
By Stephen F. Holder
Published May 24, 2007
Former Bucs tight end Ron Hall, the team's fourth-round pick in 1987 out of Hawaii, died Saturday, according to the team. He was 43. His mother said he died at his home in Costa Rica of natural causes. Hall, born in Arizona, played seven seasons with the Bucs, starting 90 of the 101 games in which he played before signing with Detroit in 1994.
He had his best season as a Buc in 1988, his first as a starter. He had 39 receptions that season for 555 yards, third on the team behind receivers Bruce Hill and Mark Carrier.