According to various reports, citing a tweet from his agents, free agent now former Patriots cornerback Logan Ryan has reached a deal to head south to the Titans.
Ryan will reportedly ink a three-year, $30-million deal with Tennessee.
The former third-round pick out of Rutgers was a solid contributor and eventual key starter for the Patriots over his four seasons in New England. He's coming off arguably his best season in which he led the Patriots 92 tackles while starting 13 of his 16 games played.
Ryan played in all 16 games in each of his four seasons, notching 40 starts. He has 13 interceptions, including a career-best five as a rookie in 2013.
After playing four seasons with former Rutgers teammate Devin McCourty in New England, Ryan will now team with the Pro Bowl safety's twin brother, cornerback Jason, with the Titans.