"He obviously hasn't played for a couple years, but he's also been a first-round draft pick and been a really productive player," Kerrigan said. "He's seen a lot in this league personally and team-wise, so I think having that kind of experience will allow him to be a good leader for that D-line."
"The tricky part is if a quarterback has his arm up like this [in a throwing motion] and you're going for the football trying to strip it and you hit him in the face, that could be 15 yards so that's where it becomes a little bit tricky," Kerrigan said. "But like I said, you've got to try to hit center mass and just wrap and roll... you're minimizing the surface area that you can hit high it makes it even tougher but we have to adjust. We don't have a choice."