Ryan Kerrigan Is Your One True Love

Ryan Kerrigan’s poetry oozed into a telephone receiver as the Casanova  listened to Barry White’s velvet murmurs in the background.

The linebacker broadcasted his Valentine’s Day love through the radio, reciting sweet words to the lady callers on the “Grant and Danny” show on 106.7 The Fan Thursday afternoon.

Hearts melted directly into the Potomac River.

“You’re an absolute princess, worthy of a crown,” he told a freshman at James Madison University.

“Whenever you hug me, whenever you’re there, I feel so secure,” he whispered to an Arlington, Va., connection.

“My heart is only for you,” he cooed to Liz in Germantown, Md..

One girl told Kerrigan, “I’m literally in love with you.”

All of this before Kerrigan even recited the words to ‘N Sync’s  “(God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time On You.”

The 25-year old linebacker said he’d never been called a dreamboat before.

Yeah right, Ryan.

Happy Valentine’s to all the Kerrigan lovers of the world.


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