Logan Ryan announces his retirement from the NFL after 11 seasons, as two-time Super Bowl winner reveals satisfaction at leaving game ‘happy and healthy’

Longtime NFL defensive back Logan Ryan has announced his retirement from football at the age of 33.

Ryan, who won two Super Bowls with the Patriots, spent last season with the 49ers and shared his decision on social media.

‘Thank you to all my family, friends and teammates for the guidance and support!’ he captioned a video on X announcing his decision. ‘Thanks to the fans for watching!

‘Won 2 Super Bowls and got out happy and healthy to be the best father for my children! Thanks again for 11 seasons! Cheers to what’s next.’

He added in the video, ‘Man, what a great career, what a ride it was. Beautiful journey of highs and lows like they always are.’ 

Logan Ryan concluded his 11-year NFL career with the San Francisco 49ers last season

Ryan is seen with his son after winning the Super Bowl in 2017 over the Atlanta Falcons

Ryan is seen with his son after winning the Super Bowl in 2017 over the Atlanta Falcons

Ryan then teased his next move, saying, ‘stay tuned, we got a lot in store.’ 

Ryan began his career in New England after being selected in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft, before signing with the Titans ahead of the 2017 season and later suiting up for the Giants, Buccaneers and 49ers.

He was a part of the Patriots’ Super Bowl-winning teams during the 2014 and 2016 seasons, beating the Seahawks and the Falcons in the championship. 

While he was a bit-part player for the 49ers in his last season after joining the team in December, Ryan made 123 career starts.

He racked up 755 total tackles and 19 interceptions in the regular season. 

The former Rutgers product made over $59million in his pro career, per Spotrac

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