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  • 49ers' Logan Ryan: Back at practice Wednesday

    Ryan (groin) was a limited participant at the 49ers' practice Wednesday, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Ryan missed the team's first practice session of the week Tuesday, but his ability to practice Wednesday, albeit in a limited capacity, is a step in the right direction for his chances to play Saturday versus the Packers. The safety will look to increase his workload at San Francisco's final session of the week Friday before its matchup with Green Bay in the divisional round.
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  • 49ers' Logan Ryan: Not practicing Tuesday

    Ryan (groin) did not participate at practice Tuesday, Nick Wagoner of reports. Ryan played a season-high 62 defensive snaps in San Francisco's regular-season finale, and it's not clear when he picked up the groin injury. Either way, he'll probably have to practice Wednesday or Thursday to have a chance to suit up Saturday.
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  • Buccaneers' Logan Ryan: Active for wild-card matchup

    Ryan (knee) is active for Monday's wild-card matchup against Dallas, Scott Smith of the Buccaneers' official site reports. Ryan missed the regular-season finale due to a knee injury and was listed as questionable for the wild-card matchup, but despite the injury designation, he appeared to be trending in the right direction after logging a full practice Friday. The veteran safety has been officially cleared for game action and should rotate in as a rover in Tampa Bay's defensive backfield, which is without Keanu Neal (hip) for the Monday night matchup.
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  • Buccaneers' Logan Ryan: Designated to return from IR

    Ryan (foot) was designated to return from injured reserve Wednesday. Ryan is now eligible to return to practice immediately and the team has a 21-day window to activate him or leave him on IR for the remainder of the season. The safety has been out since mid-October after suffering a foot fracture and undergoing surgery, but he appears likely to be available for the stretch run as Tampa Bay looks to hold onto the NFC South division title.
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  • Buccaneers' Logan Ryan: Placed on IR ahead of foot surgery

    Tampa Bay placed Ryan (foot) on injured reserve Tuesday, Scott Smith of reports. Per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Ryan is scheduled to undergo surgery Wednesday to repair a Jones fracture in his foot, which he sustained during the team's Week 4 matchup against Kansas City. With the move to IR, he'll be forced to miss at least four games, but he could potentially be sidelined even longer. In his absence, Keanu Neal is expected to continue garnering an increased role.
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  • Buccaneers' Logan Ryan: Sits out practice Wednesday

    Ryan (foot) was listed as a DNP on the Buccaneers' injury report Wednesday. Ryan suffered a foot injury in Week 4, and this absence from practice was expected after Tampa Bay head coach Todd Bowles said Ryan is likely to miss his second game in a row. The 31-year-old played a prominent rotational role behind starting safeties Antoine Winfield and Mike Edwards (elbow) over the first three games of the season, recording eight tackles, an interception and a forced fumble during this span. As a result, expect Keanu Neal to play a bigger role in the Buccaneers' banged-up secondary during Week 6.
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  • Buccaneers' Logan Ryan: Sits out Wednesday

    Ryan (foot) did not participate during the Buccaneers' practice Wednesday. Ryan recorded one tackle over nine defensive snaps before exiting with a foot injury during Sunday's loss to the Chiefs. In his stead, veteran Keanu Neal tallied six tackles after stepping in as Tampa Bay's third safety behind Antoine Winfield and Mike Edwards. Ryan notched 117 tackles and eight passes defended over 15 games with the Giants last year, so his absence could be a significant loss for Week 5's game against the Falcons.
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  • Buccaneers' Logan Ryan: Questionable to return

    Ryan is questionable to return to Sunday's game against Kansas City due to a foot injury. The 2013 third-rounder recorded a solo tackle to begin Sunday's game but went to the locker room in the first half. Keanu Neal has replaced Ryan at safety and should continue to see additional playing time if Ryan is unable to return.
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  • Buccaneers' Logan Ryan: Dealing with hamstring injury

    Ryan (hamstring) was a limited participant during Wednesday's practice, Brianna Dix of the team's official site reports. Ryan popped up on the injury report with a hamstring injury, putting his Week 1 status in doubt. The veteran safety is expected to serve a depth role behind Antoine Winfield and Mike Edwards, so if he's sidelined for Week 1, fellow backup Keanu Neal would likely step into a larger role.
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  • Logan Ryan: Expected to re-sign with TB

    Buccaneers head coach Todd Bowles said Wednesday that the team is expected to re-sign Ryan after releasing him ahead of Tuesday's 53-man roster deadline, Scott Smith of the Buccaneers' official site reports. Ryan reportedly put together a strong training camp in Tampa Bay, but he failed to make the initial 53-man roster. However, the Buccaneers are expected to be opening up a few roster spots in the near future, and it appears like Ryan will fill one of those openings.
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  • Giants' Logan Ryan: Activated off reserve/COVID-19 list

    Ryan (illness) was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Tuesday, Michael Eisen of the Giants' official site reports. The safety missed the team's last two games while on the reserve/COVID-19 list, snapping a 24-game consecutive start streak. Ryan will return ahead of the Giants' Week 13 matchup with the Dolphins. On the season, he has 72 tackles, five pass deflections, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery in nine contests.
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  • Giants' Logan Ryan: Not playing Sunday

    Ryan (illness) won't play Sunday against the Eagles, according to Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post. Ryan wasn't activated off the COVID-19 list on Saturday, so he'll be ineligible to face the Eagles. His next chance to suit up will come next Sunday on the road against the Dolphins.
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  • Giants' Logan Ryan: Officially ruled out

    Ryan (illness) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Buccaneers, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Although Ryan is vaccinated and asymptomatic, he'll be forced to miss at least one game after testing positive for COVID-19 on Friday. Julian Love should draw the start in Week 11.
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  • Giants' Logan Ryan: Placed on COVID list

    Ryan (illness) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Ryan tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday but is asymptomatic and vaccinated, Kimberly Jones of NFL Network reports. As a result, he has a slight chance to play Monday against the Buccaneers if he returns two negative tests 24 hours apart. If the 30-year-old is ultimately sidelined, Julian Love will likely start at free safety.
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  • Giants' Logan Ryan: Makes nine stops

    Ryan recorded nine tackles in Sunday's 23-16 win over the Raiders. Ryan was on the field for every defensive snap for the sixth game this season, and he's now recorded nine or more tackles on five occasions. He currently leads the team with 72 tackles and should exceed his previous career-high of 113 stops so long as he can remain healthy.
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  • Giants' Logan Ryan: Logs limited session

    Ryan (hamstring) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice. Ryan still has two chances to upgrade his practice activity ahead of Sunday's contest against the Falcons, so there's not yet a reason for real concern about his availability. With 17 total tackles over the Giants' first two games, Ryan is once again establishing himself as a productive IDP fantasy option.
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  • Giants' Logan Ryan: Notches seven tackles

    Ryan recorded seven tackles (five solo) in Thursday's 30-29 loss to Washington. Ryan now has 17 tackles (13 solo), a forced fumble and a fumble recovery through two games. He has made a quick adjustment to the safety position and is climbing the ranks as an IDP contributor. Ryan will get 10 days of rest before a matchup against the pass-happy Falcons.
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  • Giants' Logan Ryan: Nursing hip injury

    Ryan (hip) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Ryan played all but two of the team's defensive snaps in Monday's loss to the Buccaneers, but now he's battling a hip injury to start the week. His ability to practice in a limited fashion Wednesday signals that it may not be too serious of an injury, but we'll know more as the week progresses. Julian Love and Nate Ebner are in line for increases in usage if Ryan misses any time.
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  • Giants' Logan Ryan: Seven tackles Sunday

    Ryan recorded seven tackles (six solo) and a forced fumble across 55 defensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the Bears. Ryan was second on the team in tackles Sunday and forced the ball free from David Montgomery, but the Bears were able to maintain possession. The safety has been used in certain packages but Julian Love remains the starter, playing in 99 percent of the defensive snaps so far this season.
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  • Titans' Logan Ryan: Becomes a defensive leader

    Ryan recorded 113 total tackles, 4.5 sacks, four forced fumbles and four interceptions across 16 games for the Titans in 2019. Ryan took a big step forward in his third season with Tennessee, leading the team in tackles and posting his highest interception total since the 2016 campaign. He primarily played in the slot, limiting top receivers such as Jarvis Landry, Keenan Allen and D.J. Moore throughout the season. As a result of his resurgent performance, Ryan could be in for a big payday as he is set to hit free agency for the second time of his career.
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