RYAN KERRIGAN, AN EAGLES NEMESIS BEFORE JOINING THEM — RETIRES!

By Lewis Gould

Ryan Kerrigan, the former Washington defensive end, the franchise’s all-time sacks leader, announced his retirement from the NFL after 11 seasons.

He signed an honorary one-day contract with Washington today to make it his first and last team.

Washington drafted Kerrigan 16th overall in 2011, and he spent 10 years with the club before he was released. He played the 2021 season with the Eagles.

Kerrigan played 156 games for Washington — including 139 consecutively in his first nine seasons — and totaled a franchise-record (since 1982, when the stat became official) 95.5 career sacks. Kerrigan also finished his career with 457 tackles (120 for loss), three interceptions that were returned for touchdowns and 26 forced fumbles.

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