Giants sign Logan Ryan in massive secondary boost

The Giants have secured their secondary savior.

They signed free-agent defensive back Logan Ryan on Monday to a one-year, $7.5 million contract, The Post’s Paul Schwartz confirmed. Ryan, the 29-year-old New Jersey native, recently changed agents and appeared set to lower his asking price as his free agency lingered to within two weeks of the start of the 2020 NFL season.

“I’m coming home!! @Giants #TogetherBlue,” Ryan, a Rutgers product, wrote on Twitter.

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Ryan, a two-time Super Bowl champion with the Patriots, spent the last three seasons with the Titans. He’s reunited with Giants head coach Joe Judge, the former Patriots special teams coordinator.

The Giants’ secondary has been decimated. DeAndre Baker is on the commissioner’s exempt list as he faces four counts of armed robbery in Florida, and Sam Beal opted out of the season for COVID-19 reasons. Rookie safety Xavier McKinney will be out 10-12 weeks after undergoing foot surgery.