Former Purdue defensive end Ryan Kerrigan now owns a franchise record in Washington.

In Sunday’s season opener between Washington and Philadelphia, Kerrigan collected two sacks, giving him the new franchise record for career sacks. He had 90 career sacks entering Sunday’s season opener against the Eagles, needing one to tie Dexter Manley’s record at 91.

With his second sack on Sunday, Kerrigan now stands alone at the top in the statistical category. It comes on the first game of his 10th season with Washington.

Kerrigan is a former first-round draft pick, selected No. 16 overall by Washington in the 2011 NFL Draft. He’s been a nightmare for offenses during his decade-long career, totaling 436 tackles, forcing 26 fumbles, intercepting 3 passes and recovering 3 fumbles.

During his first nine seasons, Kerrigan is a 4-time Pro Bowl selection and he’s spent his entire career with the Washington Football Team.