CB Logan Ryan Announces He Won’t Return To Titans

     

Titans free-agent CB Logan Ryan announced on Tuesday that the door has closed on a potential return to Tennessee. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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My chapter in Tennessee has come to a close. To the @Titans fans: Thank you for all the love. The energy and support this past season is what led to an epic run. To my Titans Teammates: I love all y’all. Being a leader and earning y’all respect is what meant most to me. Win or lose we stuck together and backed down from no one. (Hyenas) To the Animal Welfare Community: My foundation @rarf was founded and blossomed in TN. All those working hard to support our four legged friends I’m forever grateful. I’m looking forward to continue to play at an elite level for a organization that’s a great fit for my family and me. Everybody Stay Safe & Positive during these crazy times. 26 Out ✌🏾#MMCNB #PayDerrick 🚜

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Back in March, Ian Rapoport reported Ryan was looking for at least $10 million per year in a deal from a team, which is the same amount he made last year. 

Rapoport added Ryan is open to entertaining all offers and would consider a short-term deal, but it appears that won’t come from the Titans. 

The Jets are another team that has been linked as a potential destination for the veteran cornerback. 

Ryan, 29, is a former third-round pick of the Patriots back in 2013. He has played out his four-year, $2,773,252 contract with the Patriots before agreeing to a three-year, $30 million contract with the Titans in 2017.

Ryan made base salaries of $10 million and $9.5 million the past two seasons. 

In 2019, Ryan appeared in all 16 games for the Titans and recorded 113 tackles, 4.5 sacks, four interceptions, four forced fumbles and 18 pass defenses. Pro Football Focus has him rated as the No. 62 cornerback out of 113 qualifying players.

We have him included in our Top 100 Available 2020 Free Agents list.

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