Two-time Super Bowl champion Logan Ryan retiring from the NFL after 11 seasons

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Veteran NFL player Logan Ryan, who won two Super Bowls with the New England Patriots as a cornerback and safety, announced he will retire from the league after 11 seasons.

Ryan, 33, said in a video posted to X: “I am officially retiring from the NFL. What a great career. What a ride it was. Beautiful journey of highs and lows, like they always are ..Thank you to all my family, friends and teammates for the guidance and support! Thanks to the fans for watching! Won two Super Bowls and got out happy and healthy to be the best father for my children! Thanks again for 11 seasons! Cheers to what’s next.” Ryan thanked the teams he played for – the Patriots, Tennessee Titans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New York Giants and San Francisco 49ers, – and posted a video which showed the news conference from when he left Rutgers and declared for the 2013 NFL Draft, as well as highlights from his career.

In 154 career appearances, Ryan totaled 755 combined tackles, 98 passes defended, 20 tackles for a loss, 19 interceptions and 13 sacks. The veteran safety totaled 13 combined tackles and a tackle for a loss over five appearances last season with the 49ers, and logged 37 combined tackles, three passes defensed, an interception, forced fumble and fumble recovery in nine games in 2022 for the Buccaneers. In his career-best season in 2021 for the NY Giants, Ryan had 117 combined tackles, eight passes defensed, two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery and a sack in 15 starts.

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