Four-time Pro Bowl edge rusher Ryan Kerrigan has terrorized the Philadelphia Eagles offense for most of his NFL career, but now he is changing scenery in the latter stages of his playing days.
Kerrigan announced on social media Monday that he will be joining the Eagles as a free agent signing. The 32-year-old is Washington Football Team’s all-time sacks leader and will now stay in the NFC East for the next chapter of his career.
Kerrigan was a first-round pick by Washington in 2011 and played the first 10 years of his NFL career for Washington, racking up 95.5 sacks and 147 quarterback hits. His 13.5 career sacks against the Eagles are tied for the most sacks of his career against one team.