Titans' Logan Ryan done for season with broken fibula
Tennessee Titans defensive back Logan Ryan will miss the rest of the season because of a broken fibula.
Ryan suffered the injury and was forced to make an early exit during Sunday's shutout victory over the New York Giants. His absence is a sizable downgrade for the Titans' secondary moving forward.
Ryan recorded 76 tackles (59 solo) with 4 sacks and 8 pass deflections in 14 games this season.
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