Ryan Kerrigan, Washington’s all-time sacks chief, retires after 11 seasons in NFL

The 2011 first-round choose proved his value out of the gate in Washington. He famously scored a landing in his rookie debut, taking an Eli Manning interception to the home for the game-winning rating in a 28-14 victory over the New York Giants.

The nice instances had been solely simply beginning for Kerrigan in Washington.

He earned 4 profession Professional Bowls nods, the primary coming in his second season.

An edge rusher with a relentless motor and playmaking acumen, Kerrigan collected 95.5 sacks throughout his decade with the membership — essentially the most in workforce historical past — together with 4 seasons of 10-plus QB takedowns and a career-high 13.5 in 2014.

After 10 seasons in D.C., the 33-year-old Kerrigan signed a one-year cope with rival Philadelphia in 2021. He appeared in 16 video games however earned simply three tackles and had his first season with out a sack.