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Logan Ryan: Giants are “good fit”
Defensive back Logan Ryan signed a three-year, $31 million contract with the Giants last week, foregoing the idea of waiting until free agency to seek a deal. Why?
“It was everything I was looking for. To me, at this point in my career I’ve accomplished a lot of things and I want to continue to do that. I like being here, I like being close to home, I like my parents being able to see my kids a little bit more, this organization is really good for my family – obviously, we know what happened in my personal family this year with my wife. The organization is top-notch, first-class, [Owners] the Maras, the entire organization, [Vice President of Medical Services] Ronnie Barnes really helped my wife a lot and mourned the loss of my child. My son, my two-year-old, just banged his gum and cut up his gum and they got us to go see a dentist on a short week and got his gum checked out. He’ll make it, he’ll be alright, he’ll be good to go this week,” Ryan said. “But I just think it’s a first-class organization, I like the city, I like being back in Jersey, I like who I’m playing with, the money was definitely respectable and definitely what I was looking for, the market I was looking for. I think there’s a lot of growth at this safety position and they allowed me to come play it, they allowed me to learn a new position and they expected a lot from me right away and that’s what I wanted to be, trusted, accounted for and counted on, really just the appreciation on both sides. I think it was beyond the money and I think it was just a good fit.”
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