WASHINGTON – Redskins’ cornerback Cedric Griffin has been suspended for the remaineder of the regular season for violaitng the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing substances.
Griffin – who signed a one-year, $1.25 million dollar deal to join the Redskins in the offseason – has been suspended for four games, making him ineligible to return to the Redskins active roster until Monday, Dec. 31.
Through nine games and two starts this season, he’s made 33 tackles and 4 passes defensed.
He will begin serving his suspension immediately. The Redskins will be without Griffin for their remaining games against the Ravens, Browns, Eagles and Cowboys.
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