The Washington Post reports that a fan who lost his car to an SUV accident and was stuck in the traffic has been able to help out a Redskins player.

The player, Ryan Kerrigan, lost his vehicle to a collision involving a van, according to the Post.

Kerrigan was driving around with the vehicle in his driveway when the accident occurred, according the Post’s Tom Pelissero.

Kerigan had a broken-down Chevy van, so he asked for help from the team’s fan services department.

Keridan contacted Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan, who then contacted the Washington Post’s Washington bureau.

McCloughen then reached out to Kerigan, who asked for his help.

McClougan asked Kerigan to bring a van with him to the game against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, Pelisseros report says.

Kerisi got the van on Sunday.

According to the report, Kerrigan told McCloughon that the van was in his yard and that he was willing to pay the owner $100 for a tow.

Kerijan’s vehicle was not in his front yard, so McClougho had to move the van around to get it to Kerijans front.

McClooughan says he was amazed that Kerijin would want to help.

“He was like, ‘Oh, I don’t want to lose my car, I just want to get this van on the road,'” McCloougan said.

Kerigans manager says Kerijann did his best to help McCloowan and he had a lot of help from fans.

McCloughtan says Kerigas help was appreciated and appreciated by all involved.

Kerjans family released a statement saying they appreciate his kind heart.

“Ryan is a caring and kind individual, and I can’t imagine anyone more deserving of the love, support and appreciation that Ryan has given to so many over the years.

He is a true Husky, and we can’t wait to see him again on Sundays this season,” the statement said.