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Logan Ryan files grievance against Giants

The Ryan release was not necessarily part of new Giants GM Joe Schoen‘s efforts to shed payroll and make his club cap-compliant. The transaction was only expected to net about $775K of cap space for 2022, since Ryan was not designated a post-June 1 cut. Instead, parting ways with Ryan had more to do with the fact that he is 31 and was deemed to be an imperfect fit in New York’s new defensive regime (and it did clear $12.25M off the books for 2023).
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Logan Ryan files grievance against Giants over salary dispute

Logan Ryan, the former Giants safety, has filed a grievance against the team, disputing the amount New York owed him after they released him in mid-March, the Post confirmed. The Athletic was first to report the grievance. Ryan, initially signed by the Giants to a one-year contract on Aug. 31, 2020, received a three-year extension worth $31 million late that season, with $5.5 million of his salary for 2022 guaranteed. That is what the Giants paid him when they released him March 18. The grievance comes from the $8.5 million guaranteed for injury. Ryan underwent surgery for a finger injury and wants to recoup that $3 million. Until the grievance is settled, $1.2 million of the disputed money is unavailable for the Giants for salary cap purposes. Ryan, a favorite of former Giants head coach Joe Judge and former Giants defensive coordinator Patrick Graham, quickly found a new football home, reuniting with his one-time Patriots teammate Tom Brady with the Buccaneers.

Buccaneers safety Logan Ryan files grievance against Giants

Veteran cornerback-turned-safety Logan Ryan spent the past two NFL seasons with the New York Giants and even put pen to paper on a three-year extension with the club in December 2020. However, the two sides parted ways last month when the Giants elected to go in a different direction defensively.

Logan Ryan Files Salary Grievance Against Giants

Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports that veteran DB Logan Ryan has filed a grievance against the Giants. New York opted to release Ryan on March 17, despite $5.5M of his 2022 salary being fully guaranteed. He also had another $8.5 million of his salary guaranteed for injury, so Duggan notes that Ryan’s grievance is regarding the $3 million difference.

Here’s why Logan Ryan — now with Buccaneers and Tom Brady — is filing grievance against Giants

Dave Gettleman is gone, but the Giants are still feeling the impact of their former general manager’s failed decisions. The latest reminder came Friday, when news emerged that former Giants safety Logan Ryan — now with the Buccaneers — has filed a grievance against the organization, hoping to get more money. Which would impact the Giants’ already pinched salary cap situation.
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Even if Giants’ Joe Schoen won’t say, it’s clear now why Logan Ryan was surprisingly cut

PALM BEACH, Fla. — Giants general manager Joe Schoen didn’t have much to say about Logan Ryan. And that said a lot. The Giants cut the veteran safety on March 17, and the way they did it came as a surprise. Rather than designate him a post-June 1 cut, which would’ve saved more money against the 2021 cap, the Giants just straight cut him, which only saved the team $770,000 in cap space, though clearing more space in 2023. That made it seem this decision wasn’t money-driven.

New Buccaneers DB Logan Ryan has funny trash talk for Tom Brady

One Tampa Bay Buccaneers player is especially thrilled that Tom Brady is back for another year … because of all the grief he can now give to Brady. Bucs safety Logan Ryan, who just signed with the team this offseason, had some funny trash talk for the seven-time Super Bowl champion Brady. Ryan, when he was with the Tennessee Titans, intercepted the very last pass Brady threw as a New England Patriot in the wild-card round of the 2019 season.

S Logan Ryan joined Buccaneers 'to win a championship'

Cornerback-turned-safety Logan Ryan is no stranger to Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady, as the two earned a pair of Super Bowl rings together with the New England Patriots during Ryan's stint with the organization that lasted from the 2013 NFL Draft through the 2016 season. It's likely not a...

New Buccaneer Logan Ryan on intercepting teammate Tom Brady's last pass as a Patriot: 'I'm sure he remembers'

It will go down in NFL chronicle that Tom Brady's last pass as a New England Patriots was hauled in by Logan Ryan. Ryan's one of Brady's newest Tampa Bay Buccaneers teammates now, but then he was a cornerback for the Tennessee Titans who returned a Brady interception nine yards for a touchdown to put the final touches on Tennessee's 20-13 wild-card upset of the Pats in the 2019 playoffs.

Buccaneers sign Logan Ryan, re-sign Gholston

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Logan Ryan will remind you of Ronde Barber. It’s no accident

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