Ryan Kerrigan signing with rival Eagles after pass rusher says goodbye following 10year run in Washington
It's the end of an era in the nation's capital, with Ryan Kerrigan officially waving goodbye to the Washington Football Team. He'd waste no time in inking a new deal once he did, and it's with his longtime nemesis, agreeing to join the Philadelphia Eagles on a one-year deal -- the Eagles announced -- and that's sure to make the coming 2021 battles between the two teams that much more intense.
"I know I probably wasn't your favorite player over the past decade, but Philadelphia Eagles fans I'm fired up to be playing for you guys now!" Kerrigan posted on Instagram.
A lot has changed, and continually, over the past decade with Washington -- including its name. The steady hand through it all was Kerrigan, the veteran pass rusher who continued to produce despite the mountain of challenges that helped prevent the club from being perennially competitive. That longtime marriage has now reached its end, however, with the 32-year-old opting to divorce from Washington after months of speculation surrounding his future with the team.....
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