On Tuesday, former Patriot corner back Logan Ryan said that he will not return to the Tennessee Titans. New England remembers him very well because he played for for the team from 2013-2016. Bill Belichick drafted Ryan out of Rutgers University in the 3rd round during the 2013 NFL Draft He will always go down as the guy that picked off Tom Brady in the 2019 Wild Card game that ended his career with the Patriots and now has moved on to Tampa. Logan took to his Instagram sharing the news, and per ESPN:
“To the @Titans fans: Thank you for all the love,” Ryan wrote. “The energy and support this past season is what led to an epic run. To my Titans Teammates: I love all y’all. Being a leader and earning y’all respect is what meant most to me. Win or lose we stuck together and backed down from no one.
“… I’m looking forward to continue to play at an elite level for a organization that’s a great fit for my family and me. Everybody Stay Safe & Positive during these crazy times. 26 Out.”
Would Ryan consider returning to New England? I can’t see why he would not want to return to the team. Logan knows the system and fit well with the organization, and knows what has to brought to the table to be able to play back where it all started. Only 29 years old, he still has time in the league to play at least 5-6 more years as a corner or a safety. He covers all areas across the field from the defensive side. He would join a young core of revamping defense due to key losses the team has seen in recent months. Another thing, he would be reunited with the McCourty twins. Ryan and the twins where once all teammates dating back to their college days at Rutgers.
Logan could help the young core of rookies that recently got drafted. He has the experience and two Super Bowl rings to go all with the rest of his resume.Who wouldn’t want to learn from a guy like Ryan that has been in the league going on seven seasons? Recent draft pick Kyle Dugger would learn a lot from not only the McCourty twins, but also Ryan with pointers and what it would take to be part of the Patriots culture and what would be expected. New England should make a run at this former Patriot and see how well he could transition back to where it all began with him.