CINCINNATI (AP) -The Cincinnati Bengals signed first-round draft pick Leon Hall to a five-year deal Saturday, and he reported to training camp in Georgetown, Ky., in time for the team's second practice session of the day.
Hall, a cornerback from Michigan, missed Friday's opening session. He was the last of the team's seven draft picks to sign and report to camp.
``We're excited to have Leon here, and I compliment our management and his representatives for getting the contract finished,'' coach Marvin Lewis said. ``Now it's time for Leon to take advantage of a great opportunity and make us a better football team.''
Hall, who was taken 18th overall, set a Michigan record for passes defended (43) and tied for fourth in career interceptions (12).

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