Redskins rookie OLB Ryan Kerrigan registered a sack, a tackle for a loss, a quarterback hurry and two passes defensed against the Cardinals in Week 2.
First-round OLB Ryan Kerrigan has nailed down the starting job opposite Brian Orakpo.
First-round pick OLB Ryan Kerrigan (knee) is nearing a return to Redskins practice.
Redskins agreed to terms with No. 16 overall pick OLB Ryan Kerrigan on a four-year, $8.72 million contract.
Ryan Kerrigan is expected to step into the starting lineup at outside linebacker opposite Brian Orakpo.
Redskins selected Purdue DE/OLB Ryan Kerrigan with the No. 16 overall pick in the 2011 NFL draft.
The San Diego Union-Tribune's Chargers staff fully expects the team to use its first-round pick on a front-seven defender.
The Jets are one of the many NFL teams that believe Purdue DE Ryan Kerrigan can transition to outside linebacker in their 3-4.
NFL Network's Mike Mayock indicated on Path to the Draft Monday night that plenty of teams believe Purdue DE Ryan Kerrigan can play outside linebacker in a 3-4 defense.
The San Diego Union-Tribune believes there are "signs pointing to" the Chargers drafting Purdue DE/OLB Ryan Kerrigan at No. 18 overall.
Sources tell SI.com's Tony Pauline that Purdue DE Ryan Kerrigan's draft stock is on the rise to the point where he could be a top-15 pick.
The San Diego Union-Tribune's Kevin Acee thinks there's a good chance the Chargers take Purdue DE Ryan Kerrigan with the No. 18 pick in next month's draft.
Purdue DE Ryan Kerrigan weighed in at 274 pounds at the Boilermakers' Pro Day late last week.
DE Ryan Kerrigan participated only in positional drills at Purdue's Pro Day on Friday, standing on his Combine measurables.