Parker Hall (American football)
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|Date of birth||December 10, 1916|
|Place of birth||Tunica, Mississippi, U.S.|
|Date of death||February 8, 2005(aged 88)|
|Place of death||Vicksburg, Mississippi, U.S.|
|Position(s)||Quarterback / Tailback|
|College||University of Mississippi|
|NFL draft||1939 / Round: 1 / Pick 3|
|1946||San Francisco 49ers|
|Awards||1938 College All-America Team
1939 Joe F. Carr MVP
Linus Parker "Bullet" Hall (December 10, 1916 – February 8, 2005) was a professional American football player for the Cleveland Rams and the San Francisco 49ers. In his rookie season, Hall led the league in passing, was second in passing yardage, and fifth in rushing yards. He was named the league's Most Valuable Player in 1939 and was the first professional player to complete over 100 passes in a single season.
He spent four seasons with the Rams, and after returning from military service during World War II, Hall played with the AAFC's San Francisco 49ers during their inaugural season. He moved to Memphis, Tennessee, after retiring from football and worked in the lumber business.