Logan Ryan, the Giants’ star safety, receives some bad news.

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The Giants have received some bad news about star safety Logan Ryan.

When the New York Giants face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday night, they will most likely be without one of their top defensive backs.

Logan Ryan was placed on the ReserveCOVID-19 list by the G-Men on Saturday.

This action essentially confirms that Ryan’s PCR test resulted in a positive result.

Ryan will need two negative tests within the next 24 hours in order to be cleared in time for Monday’s game.

It’s a long shot, but it’s still possible.

The Giants’ secondary will be harmed by the loss of Ryan, a seasoned safety.

Ryan has 72 tackles, five interceptions, and a fumble recovery in nine games this season.

Julian Love will take Ryan’s place in the starting lineup, as Ryan is expected to miss Monday’s game.

He told reporters that he discussed the situation with Ryan.

“It’s tough to see,” Love said, according to ESPN.

You want to wish him and everyone else around him safety first and foremost.

Everything about his family.

That’s something I’m thinking about for him — his health and safety.”

Ryan was asymptomatic as of Friday, according to Love.

Ryan should be able to return to the Giants’ lineup against the Eagles next Sunday if he recovers quickly.

Logan Ryan, the Giants’ star safety, has received some bad news.

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Giants Receive Unfortunate News About Star Safety Logan Ryan

Giants Receive Unfortunate News About Star Safety Logan Ryan

Giants Receive Unfortunate News About Star Safety Logan Ryan

Giants Receive Unfortunate News About Star Safety Logan Ryan

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