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“It’s not bad enough to keep me out, so I’ll definitely be out there Sunday. I said that when I was on crutches,” Hall said. “Just seeing some of these other guys battle through so many injuries and things like that, there’s no way I’m not going to be able to suit up and help my team win a game.”Hall said he was hurt early in Monday night’s victory over the New York Giants but didn’t worry about it because he wasn’t coming out.

“There was no way I was coming out of that game,” Hall said. “Luckily I didn’t stink it up too bad and we were still able to get the win.”

Griffin suspension fallout

One day after Griffin’s suspension was announced, the veteran cornerback’s locker was cleaned out. He’s done for the rest of the regular season, but if the Redskins were to make the playoffs, Griffin would be eligible to return.

“Well, he’s suspended for four games,” Shanahan said. “You can’t have any contact with the player; he can’t come over to the facility, so he’s gone for four games, then you make a decision afterwards if he’ll be part of your football team.”

Griffin tested positive for Adderall, according to a source with knowledge of the situation, appeared in nine games for the Redskins and made 33 tackles. His suspension is the fifth by a Redskin during the past two seasons. “Every situation’s a little bit different. Some you’re very disappointed in, others they make a bad decision for whatever reason. They don’t think before they do something,” Shanahan said. “This situation was one that I think he wish he had over again to make that decision. He’s a great kid and I love the kid, how he handles himself. He just made a bad decision.”

Extra points

• To fill Griffin’s roster spot, the Redskins elevated offensive lineman Tom Compton from the practice squad.

• Linebacker London Fletcher (ankle) and left tackle Trent Williams (thigh) did not practice, but Shanahan said he expects they’ll play Sunday.

Staff writer Rich Campbell contributed to this report.