Ex-New York Giants safety Logan Ryan announces retirement from NFL

Former New York Giants safety Logan Ryan officially announced his retirement from football on Tuesday, bringing an impressive 11-year career to an end.

In an emotional video shared on social media, Ryan thanked the New England Patriots, Tennessee Titans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, San Francisco 49ers and, of course, the Giants.

“(Thank) the New York Giants for bringing me home, back to New Jersey, during the COVID years,” Ryan said. “Literally saved my wife’s life. Thank you so much to the training staff and the organization for saving my wife, Ashley.”

The 33-year-old Ryan was a third-round pick of the Patriots in 2013 after spending four seasons at Rutgers. With New England, Ryan picked up two Super Bowl rings and also went on to appear in Super Bowl LVIII as a member of the 49ers.

The Giants signed Ryan as a free agent in 2020, moving him from cornerback to safety. In 31 games (30 starts) with the team, he recorded 211 tackles (145 solo, three for a loss), three fumble recoveries, seven QB hits, 2.0 sacks, 17 passes defensed, and one interception.

During his time with the Giants, Ryan was also voted a team captain.

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