Logan Ryan is from New Jersey. He went to Rutgers. As a free agent, he is aware of signing with the Jets “makes sense.” But he isn’t able to take a hometown low cost.
While Ryan acknowledged the attraction of becoming a member of the Jets — who’ve had discussions with the 29-year-old cornerback’s representatives — the previous Titan claims he isn’t but near signing a cope with any crew.
“I’m trying to do what’s best for my family and everything like that,” Ryan stated Thursday on NFL Network. “Obviously there’s a lot of rumors out there, I can’t confirm any of it because I’m obviously still not signed yet. We’ll see, I obviously want to get a deal done whenever and I’m open to it. We’ll see what happens there, but I’m also open to 30 other franchises except for the Titans, that’s the only one I ruled out this far, so I’m completely open for business.”
Ryan, who was born in Berlin, N.J. and performed highschool ball at Eastern Regional in Voorhees Township, gained a pair of Super Bowl titles with the Patriots after being chosen within the third spherical in 2013. Last season, Ryan recorded a career-high 113 tackles with 18 passes defended and 4 interceptions, whereas serving to Tennessee attain the AFC Championship Game.
As one of many prime free brokers nonetheless obtainable, Ryan is reportedly searching for a deal value $10 million per 12 months. The Jets haven’t made a suggestion but, however Ryan is able to come residence for the correct provide.
“The Jets, I mean, it makes a lot of sense because I’m from the area,” Ryan stated. “I went to Rutgers 20 minutes from there, so I’m familiar with New Jersey, I’m blue-collar, that’s how I grew up. I came out of Rutgers in the third round to New England, I had to do my job and I continue to do that.”