Washington Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan doesn’t want to be just ‘consistent.’
Sure, he’s started every game for the Redskins since being drafted in the first-round of the 2011 NFL Draft, and he’s allowed his long-flowing locks to glean beach winds in Hawaii at the Pro Bowl, but he’s ready to take the next step in performance.
In this interview with the The Star Press in his hometown of Muncie, Ind., Kerrigan explains his motivation for the upcoming season, how the team has meshed under a mix of new and returning coaches and being back home:
“I’m tired of being consistent…I want to be consistently really, really good. I don’t want to be just consistently average anymore. I want to be consistently good.”
As for his play over his first three NFL seasons, check out his career stats and some highlight plays below:
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