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Topic - Ryan Kerrigan
As part of his new deal with Gatorade, Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper grabbed the microphone for a 'man on the street' segment. The results were very funny.
Redskins players Kirk Cousins and Ryan Kerrigan like the team's latest move, and both think DeSean Jackson is a good fit with the team.
Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan says his recovery from minor knee surgery remains on schedule.
Whitewater guides-in-training were on the Spokane River in the first two weeks of March, long before pleasant weather would greet rafters soaking themselves through raging rapids.
Ryan Kerrigan stopped by on Redskins Nation to talk about a charity basketball game he is participating in, as well as what he expects to change on defense next year.
Washington Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan dropped by the Indiana elementary school he once attended to rally its students to do well on their ISTEP+ exams.
Nothing happens in a vacuum in the salary-capped environment of the NFL. Here are five ripple effects from the decision to tag Brian Orakpo.
In a salary capped league, nothing happens in a vacuum. What effect will Brian Orakpo's franchise tag have on Ryan Kerrigan's future?
One position where the Redskins are in pretty good shape heading into the 2014 season is outside linebacker. As long as Brian Orakpo is re-signed, that is.
Redskins draft rewind: Ryan Kerrigan hasn't been a disappointment after being picked 16th in 2011 but there is potential for him to do more.
Ryan Kerrigan stopped by Redskins Nation to talk about the team's new coach and the future of the team.
The Redskins have some options regarding Ryan Kerrigan's contract but they have some time to decide what do to.
Need to Know: The Mike Shanahan era is over but it will be a while before we can give it a final grade.
Orakpo signed a five-year, $15.4 million contract just before training camp opened in 2009, after he was the No. 13 pick in that year's draft. He has routinely maintained that he would like to stay in Washington, but with the season not yet over, he has downplayed all talk of what will happen when free agency opens in March.
"[Romo] gets such an unjust bad rap. The dude is a hell of a football player," Washington linebacker Ryan Kerrigan said. "That's why he got paid so much money this offseason. He's really good. If people want to blame him for that interception on Sunday — he threw for 500 yards and five touchdowns. He made one bad throw and it cost them."
"[Green Bay] quit doing as much drop back [passing] and they just were three steps, getting rid of the ball," Kerrigan said about the Packers in Sunday's loss. "That [stinks] for a guy that's rushing the passer a lot."
"That's the worst thing about football, seeing guys go down, especially those head injuries," linebacker Ryan Kerrigan said. "Hopefully he can come back because he's a difference-maker out there."