The ex-New England Patriot is on his way to Tennessee after agreeing to a contract with the Titans. After agreeing to terms with Bills cornerback Stephon Gillmore, it was evident that the Patriots had little to no money for Logan Ryan. Other teams pounced on the opportunity to add Ryan to their team, but only the Titans were successful. The two agreed upon a 3-year, $30 million/year contract according to NFL insider, Ian Rapoport.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 10, 2017
After winning 2 Super bowls with the Patriots, Ryan is looking to add value to the Titans roster. With 13 interceptions and 243 career tackles in 4 seasons, the third-round draft pick out of Rutgers never missed a game in the NFL. Logan Ryan is an immediate upgrade for the Titans secondary who allowed the 3rd-most passing yards against in the NFL. The corner will now have to face the likes of up and coming stars of Andrew Luck and Marcus Mariota two times a year in the AFC South.
Joe Robinson, general manager of the Tennessee Titans spent 11 seasons with the New England Patriots as a scout. In his 11th season, the Patriots drafted Logan Ryan, someone Robinson was familiar with. The two will reunite in Nashville as Ryan embarks on his new journey with the Titans.