Logan Ryan, New Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety, files grievance against New York Giants source says

Tampa Bay BuccaneersSafety Logan RyanA grievance was filed against the New York GiantsESPN has confirmed that a source told them they were cut last month.

Ryan received $5.5million of his 2022 salary guaranteed by the Giants. Ryan was guaranteed $8.5 million for injury. The veteran safety also had offseason surgery. The final $3 million appears to have been settled.

The Athletic was the first to report the grievance.

Ryan was signed to a three-year extension by the Giants, which could have a value of up to $30,000,000 on Christmas Day 2020. Judge, who had a history with Ryan in New England, was fired and Ryan was cut despite New York saving less than $800,000 on the salary cap.

Joe Schoen, general manager of the New York Giants, said that it was the “best decision for them” at the NFL's annual meeting. “We thought it was the best, but the new staff thought it it was the best. Logan deserves the best.

Ryan, a New Jersey native, was the Giants' team captain at age 31.

Ryan stated that Ryan's release was not his call during the Bucs' introductory news conference.

Ryan was released shortly after the beginning of free agency. landed with Tampa BayA one-year contract worth the veteran minimum $1.12million

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