When DeAngelo Hall entered the NFL as the No. 8 overall pick out of Virginia Tech in 2004, he earned the nickname “MeAngelo” for his selfish and cocky ways. Eleven years later, the Redskins cornerback still enjoys talking trash, but he’s also developed into a mature team leader.

Hall will be featured on Tuesday’s episode of “E:60” (ESPN, 8 p.m. ET), which paints him as one of the NFL’s most misunderstood players.

“I want to feel like people know me as a person,” Hall, who missed most of last season with an Achilles’ injury, tells ESPN’s Lisa Salters in the piece. “That’s completely different from the guy they see on the field.”

DeSean Jackson, who has starred in his own reality series this offseason, isn’t the only Redskins player looking to shake a reputation that has followed him throughout much of his career.

Salters delves into the tragedy that has shaped Hall’s life, including the death of his brother and confidant, Kevin Smith, when Hall was 10. The piece also explores Hall’s role as a dad and his love for collecting art by Picasso and Rembrandt. Watch the trailer below.

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