Ryan Kerrigan announces he's retiring as a Commander
Edge rusher Ryan Kerrigan announces his retirement after 11 seasons in the NFL, signing a deal to retire a Washington Commander.
Kerrigan was drafted by Washington with the 16th pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. Over 10 seasons with Washington, Kerrigan made the Pro Bowl four times and led the league in forced fumbles and tackles for loss once each. He had four seasons of 10-plus sacks and regularly got to the quarterback with 13 or more QB hits in eight seasons. He spent his final season in Philadelphia but is signing a deal to end his career with his original team.