DeAngelo Hall is going to have surgery on his finger, according to the Washington Post.
Hall, a nine-year veteran, had ligament damage corrected and had pins placed in the finger as well. It’s expected that the pins will be removed in two to three weeks and Hall will wear a splint for about a month before beginning rehab.
Hall and his agent didn’t immediately respond to inquiries about his surgery.
Hall is believed to have played with the injury for about half the season. He recorded a career-high 95 tackles this season, along with four interceptions.
Hall is due about $7.5 million next year. He has said in public that he would be interested in resturctuing to return but should he depart, that should come to no surprise to anyone.