Buccaneers Lose Defensive Back to Foot Injury

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost one of their veteran additions in the secondary early on in their Week 4 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Defensive back Logan Ryan exited in the first quarter of Sunday Night Football with a foot injury.
Ryan was declared questionable to return following his injury, but he never saw the field again. The former Giant joined the Buccaneers this offseason in free agency and had brought solid, heady play on the back end, notching an interception and a fumble recovery across the first three weeks to go along with a 75.0 Pro Football Focus grade. In Ryan's absence, safety Keanu Neal saw his snaps sky rocket. He'll likely continue to see increased action going forward.
Ryan entered the league as the New England Patriots' 83rd overall pick of the 2013 NFL Draft. He played four years for the Patriots, winning two Super Bowls with fellow Buc Tom Brady, before signing with the Tennessee Titans in 2017. He even intercepted Brady's last pass as a Patriot in the Titans' 2019 Wildcard Round win. Ryan has been defined by his reliability and availability across his 10 years in the NFL, having appeared in an amazing 144 out of a possible 148 since debuting as a rookie. Depending on the severity of his foot injury, he could be facing the longest absence of his career.  
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