The Giants are bringing in Logan Ryan on a one-year deal worth $7.5 million.
Ryan spent his last three seasons with the Tennessee Titans after spending his first four years with the New England Patriots. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported the deal on Monday afternoon, and it was confirmed by SNY's Ralph Vacchiano.
The Giants are in desperate need of any secondary help they can get. Deandre Baker is away from the team dealing with legal issues due to his alleged involvement in an armed robbery in May, and Sam Beal opted out of the season due to concerns of the coronavirus pandemic. Xavier McKinney suffered a fractured foot earlier this month.
Head coach Joe Judge noted earlier on Monday that his priority is to develop those already in camp, but with just two weeks until the Giants kick off their season with a secondary that could be at the bottom of league rankings, bringing in Ryan was a necessary move.
Meanwhile, Prince Amukamara, who was cut by the Oakland Raiders on Monday, thinks it would be awesome to come back to the Giants, who drafted him in 2011. According to Matt Lombardo of NJ Advance Media, there is interest from the Giants' side there as well.