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Once a Philadelphia Eagles headache, Ryan Kerrigan looks to be a defensive force

Former Washington Football Team pass rusher Ryan Kerrigan has been giving Philadelphia Eagles fans fits for ten years now. In what seemed like an annual tradition, Kerrigan would constantly park his car in the Eagles offensive backfield and wreak havoc pretty much whenever he felt like it.

A man that has dominated both the running and passing game for a long time, in a move that seemingly came out of nowhere, the multi-talented Kerrigan is a Bird. This is an addition that could be one of the most underrated, but also one of the most beneficial that we see in the league all season.

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The Eagles front office loves pass-rushers, so adding the former rival makes a ton of sense. Imagining Kerrigan, Fletcher Cox, and Brandon Graham on the same field together at the same time will have fans salivating at the potential. When you put on the tape of the veteran, you see a man on a mission, week-in, and week-out. He’s capable of taking over a game with his ability.

Kerrigan has everything coaches look for in a pass-rusher. Despite him being a bit older, he has the tools to shut opposing offenses down. Eagles fans should be excited about their defense in 2021.