Former Boise State Star Retires from NFL

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TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) - Fullback Korey Hall has retired from football, three days after he signed with the Arizona Cardinals.

Arizona re-signed fullback Reagan Maui'a to replace him.

Hall was in his sixth NFL season. He played four years with Green Bay and one season, plus three games this year, with New Orleans.

A sixth-round draft pick for Green Bay out of Boise State, Hall caught 21 passes for 137 yards and had 52 special teams tackles with the Packers. He was released by New Orleans on Sept. 8.

Maui'a played in three games for Arizona last season and in 15, with four starts, for the Cardinals in 2010. He was released by Arizona on Aug. 24.