"San Francisco’s come-from-behind victory in this past Sunday’s NFC Championship Game was also a triumph for Washington. That’s because 49ers linebackers Patrick Willis and Aldon Smith had to decline their invitations for Sunday’s Pro Bowl in Honolulu to get ready for Super Bowl XLVII
, leaving their spots to alternates London Fletcher and Ryan Kerrigan of the Redskins." Read More: http://washington.cbslocal.com/2013/01/24/redskins-match-1996-pro-bowl-feat-with-5-fitting-representatives/
I think he will be a lock for making the pro-bowl in coming years as well, and not as an alternate. When the other outside LB (Brian Orakpo) for the Skins comes back next year after being injured most of this past season, I expect Kerrigan's numbers to go up as O-lines from opposing teams will have two pro-bowl threats to contend with on opposite sides of the line and will no longer have the benefit of focusing on blocking Kerrigan alone.
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