EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The Giants have agreed to terms with two-time Super Bowl champion cornerback and New Jersey native Logan Ryan, according to reports.
The signing is contingent upon Ryan clearing COVID-19 protocols and passing a physical.
Ryan, 5-11 and 195 pounds, is entering his eighth NFL season. He spent his first four years in New England when Joe Judge was the Patriots' special teams assistant coach and then coordinator. Ryan played the past three seasons for the Tennessee Titans.
The Giants have signed cornerback Logan Ryan.
Ryan has played in 109 career regular-season games with 89 starts and in 15 postseason games in 10 starts. His career totals include 522 tackles (374 solo); 17 interceptions, including one he returned 79 yards for a touchdown; 78 passes defensed; and eight forced fumbles. In the postseason, he has 89 tackles (70 solo), two interceptions and eight passes defensed.
In 2019, Ryan started all of the Titans' 19 games as they advanced to the AFC Championship Game. He led the team in the regular season with 113 tackles (73 solo) and was second with four interceptions and also topped the team in the playoffs with 25 tackles (18 solo) and added a pick.
Ryan played on the Patriots teams that defeated Seattle in Super Bowl XLIX and Atlanta in Super Bowl LI.
He entered the NFL as New England's third-round draft choice (No. 83 overall) in 2013. Ryan joined the Titans as a free agent in 2017.
Ryan was born in Berlin, N.J. and starred at Eastern High School in Vorhees Township in South Jersey, as well as Rutgers University.