Logan Ryan: New York Giants, 3 year, $31.5 million
Remaining 2020 cap: $39 million
"Bringing back Logan Ryan with Tannehill, Conklin and Henry seems to be a pipe dream. Ryan is by no means an elite slot corner — in fact, he surrendered over 1,000 yards in coverage in 2019 and was constantly picked on. That being said, he’s still an average player at the position — he was the 48th most valuable corner in 2019. His projected contact might be a bit steep, but Ryan could be a big improvement for a team that had a liability defending the slot for them in 2019, such as the Giants. Ryan spent the first four years of his career on the same team as Giants coach Joe Judge and could reunite in New York."
-Logan Ryan has a lot to offer a team from his versatility as a cornerback who can play inside or out, to his personality and work ethic.
Unfortunately, the Titans losing Malcolm Butler sort of exposed what Ryan struggled doing and with Robinson already giving Butler, Kenny Vaccaro and Kevin Byard a lot of money, it is going to be hard to keep Ryan in the fold.
Could the Titans do it? Sure, but it would likely give them no flexibility to go out and add another free agent and I don’t think that is what they want this offseason.