Ryan Kerrigan watched from the sidelines throughout the Redskins offseason workouts while he worked to rehab from surgery on his left knee.
The arthroscopic procedure relieved soreness and discomfort in the knee, and now about six months removed from surgery, Kerrigan is encouraged with the results, JP Finlay of CSN Washington reports.
“I’m doing really well,” Kerrigan told CSNwashington.com.
“I’m running now,” he said. “Now it’s just about building the strength.”
With training camp set to begin the end of July, Kerrigan seems to be on track to return. More importantly, even if Kerrigan misses time in Richmond, the knee pain should be gone for games this fall.
“My leg feels really good and I’m glad I got the surgery – not just for football but it makes my everyday life feel better so I’m glad I got it done,” Kerrigan said. “Now it’s just a matter of getting strong and getting into shape.”