An NFL Star is formally retiring at age 33.

One of the NFL's underrated talents over the last ten years is formally retiring. This morning on Friday, Ryan Kerrigan, 33, announced the end of his professional career.

Before spending 2021 with the Philadelphia Eagles, Kerrigan played for Washington for ten seasons in the District of Columbia.

The veteran NFL pass rusher had 457 tackles, 95.5 sacks, and 26 forced fumbles during the course of his 11-year NFL career.

Kerrigan will sign a one-day contract with the Commanders as a token of appreciation for his services to the team. He'll leave the company as a member in retirement.

Kerrigan believes it's time to put his cleats away for good, even though he is still capable of becoming an effective defensive tackle in the National Football League.

Dan and Tanya Snyder, the team's co-owners, referred to Kerrigan as one of the "most accomplished" players in Washington's history in a joint statement.

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