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Giants Logan Ryan may play for COVID-19 in two consecutive games – NFL Sports

The New York Giants wanted Logan Ryan to regain safety against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 11th week, but his return was inadequate. Now he could miss the second straight game for COVID-19.

Giants head coach Joe Judge revealed on Friday that a fully vaccinated and boosted Ryan will face the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.

“At this point, nothing has changed. Yes, nothing else has changed, so we’re still waiting. He’s testing every day and seeing what happens.” The judge told reporters.

“Yes, that’s right,” the judge added when asked if they were planning to be without him. “Is there an emergency response plan if something changes? But at this point he is not able to respond to us in the field, so we are planning without him.”

Ryan tested positive for COVID-19 two Thursdays ago and has been unable to combine consecutive negative tests since then. Even with a positive test, his 10-day window will expire after the team’s 12th week match against the Eagles.

In nine games this season, Ryan recorded 72 tackles (47 solos, 1 loss), 1 QB hit, 2 forced fumbles and 5 pass defenses.

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Giants Logan Ryan may play for COVID-19 in two consecutive games

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