Tennessee Titans cornerback Logan Ryan, who signed a three year deal worth $30 million before the 2017 season, suffered a broken fibula in mid-December, which forced him to miss the final two weeks of the regular season.
Breaking News: I believe the player should break his own news about his body. pic.twitter.com/YUlTiuOMnp
— Logan Ryan (@RealLoganRyan) December 17, 2018
On Thursday, appearing on the Midday 180, Ryan gave up an update on his status for the off-season.
According to Ryan, his broken leg is healed and he’ll ready to run when OTA’s get underway in May.
.@RealLoganRyan on @Midday180 : “I’m on two feet. I’ll be better than ever when it’s time to play football. My broken leg is healed. I don’t need to run til OTAs. I don’t think anyone is running right now. Been on Radio Row an hour, had 1,000 #Patriots questions already.” #Titans
— Paul Kuharsky (@PaulKuharskyNFL) January 31, 2019
Ryan, who turns 28 in February, finished fourth on the team in tackles with 76 last season.
During four seasons in New England, Ryan totaled 13 interceptions. Oddly enough, he’s yet to record an interception in his two season with the Titans.
Ryan, however, should have plenty of motivation heading into the 2019 season. If the former Rutgers standout wants another big payday in 2020, he’ll have to perform a bit better than he has during his first two seasons in Nashville.
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