Logan Ryan had himself a nice season taking on the opponent’s best slot receivers and deserves to be paid for it. Although you may not see his name as much as some corners like Stephon Gilmore or Richard Sherman, Ryan ranked first in solo tackles among cornerbacks with 113.
Ryan had four interceptions on the season, along with three forced fumbles while playing over 99 percent of all defensive snaps. Not only does he have the ability to drop back into coverage, but he also contributed 4.5 sacks, which ranked fourth on the Titans.
Over the Cap’s estimated valuation of a Ryan contract based on his 2019 play has him getting paid $5.9 per year, but that seems a little low. He could have a potential contract value at around $7.5 to $8 million per year at least, and based on his age (28), I would estimate a three-year contract.
The Titans should bring Ryan back after a season of contributing in more ways than one. He proved over the last season that he is able to play a significant amount of snaps while performing at a high level.