Friday Morning members of the Giants organization and fanbase received excellent news in the form of a contract extension with standout safety Logan Ryan. Ryan spent the 2019 season as a member of the AFC runner up Tennessee Titans. This is where he would enjoy a breakout season, recording a career-high 18 passes defended. After three years in Tennessee Ryan elected to enter free agency instead of signing an extension. Although he had many potential suitors including the in-stadium rival Jets he couldn’t come to a salary agreement. However, Ryan signed a one-year pact worth a maximum of around 7.5 million. Signing near the beginning of training camp didn’t seem to affect Ryan as he is enjoying the same success as last year.
This extension ties Ryan to the Giants for the next three seasons at an average annual value of 10.3 million. The contract guarantees him 20 million dollars. Ryan has been one of the Giants’ best defenders this season through the 14 games. Ryan has accumulated 83 tackles with nine passes defended and an interception. He is slated to take in 31 million over the next three seasons. The average annual value of 10.3 million is just short of his 11 million price tag he had set. He had said that he wouldn’t give the Giants or anyone a “hometown discount” but it seems that the former Rutgers standout gave a bit of ground in order to stay home. With this deal the Giants will keep one of their best defesive backs around for the foreseeable future.