Watch Tennessee Titans Logan Ryan teach New Jersey kids ‘Nashville moves’
Tennessee Titans cornerback Logan Ryan returned home to New Jersey for his third annual Thursday Night Lights football camp and brought some “Nashville moves” with him.
For the third straight year, Tennessee Titans cornerback Logan Ryan went back to his home state of New Jersey for his Thursday Night Lights football camp.
The annual camp is Ryan’s way of giving back to his community. It gives the local kids the opportunity to work on their football skills and learn a few things from the pros.
This year, Ryan wasn’t just teaching kids football, he also brought some of his “Nashville moves” along with him and tried to share them with the children while the hit song “Old Town Road” was playing in the background.
It’s safe to say the kids were more than willing to learn (direct link here).
While the kids might have learned a step or two from Ryan, it looks as though the camp participants had some moves of their own. If you’re familiar with the wildly-popular video game Fortnite, you could spot the “Orange Justice” and “Floss” dance moves.
And those kids have them down pat!
Contributions like his camp—and his support of animal welfare through the Ryan Animal Rescue Foundation he helps run with his wife, Ashley—are truly priceless.
Ryan is coming off a solid 2018 season with the Titans. Pro Football Focus ranked him as the No. 34 corner (above average) in the league. Unfortunately, the veteran’s season was cut short after suffering a broken leg last December, but he will be good to go for 2019.
Ryan is part of a deep secondary that includes superstar safety Kevin Byard, safety Kenny Vaccaro, and corners Adoree’ Jackson and Malcolm Butler.
As far as talent is concerned, the Titans are loaded with it in the secondary—and on defense as a whole. It should be fun to watch this group get to work come September, but until then, just bust a move!