There is currently no indication that veteran Ryan Kerrigan will sign a new contract with the new team. There were all indications that he would not sign a new contract with his old team.
Kerrigan posted his farewell to Washington on social media.
“I will not be able to conclude what the last 10 years mean to me in an Instagram post. But what I can say is that these are the best things in my life, ”Kerrigan wrote.“ I hope you enjoy watching me as much as I am playing for you. Thank you Washington for everything. “
The 16th overall pick in the 2011 draft, Kerrigan led the all-time franchise with 95.5.He also made it to four Pro Bowls.
Kerrigan became a free agent in March. Wherever his career continues, it doesn’t seem like it will continue where he has been in professional football.