There are few people who seemed to come to the Titans and make them relevant like Logan Ryan did when he came from New England.
People forget, but Ryan was (and is) a well respected cornerback and he helped bring a championship mentality to the Titans locker room.
Unlike other big names in the past who have used the Titans as a quick payday where they could come in and lose without anyone blaming them, Ryan was a leader on and off the field by all accounts.
Steadily, Ryan went from good cornerback to great cornerback over the last two years and as long as he was used correctly, he was a great matchup on the outside that you could always trust to be in position.
This year his lack of speed hurt the Titans in the playoffs and he was asked to do too much because of injuries to Adoree Jackson and Malcolm Butler. However, very few players in the league helped their team out as much as Ryan did when you look at what he could do in coverage, vs the run and as a pass rusher.
Ryan is going to go to a team with a lot of money who needs a leader in the locker room and a versatile cornerback who can move into the slot and that is going to be great for them. Unfortunately, that comes at the expense of the Tennessee Titans who will probably be forced to move on.