SAN DIEGO (KSWB) – Courtney Hall, an offensive lineman who played all eight of his NFL seasons for the San Diego Chargers and captained the 1994 Super Bowl team, has died, according to the team. He was 52.
Hall started 118 games for the Chargers after being drafted by the team in 1989 out of Rice University in Houston. He was a key piece on the offensive line for the 1994 AFC Champion Chargers who went 11-5 and ultimately lost to the high-powered San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XXIX. It remains the franchise’s lone Super Bowl appearance.