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Redskins Will Exercise Fifth Year Option on Ryan Kerrigan

Redskins Will Exercise Fifth Year Option on Ryan Kerrigan

Fifth Year Option on Ryan Kerrigan

The Washington Redskins will be keeping the rights to Ryan Kerrigan through the 2015 NFL season, according to reports.

In what should come as a surprise to nobody, the Redskins have decided to exercise their one-year option on Kerrigan making his 4-year deal into a 5-year deal. Kerrigan was the 16h pick in the 2011 NFL draft.

The salary of the fifth year hasn’t been determined yet, but it’s based on the average salaries of the third through 25th highest players at his position (roughly in the 7 million a year area).