NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Titans cornerback Logan Ryan announced on social media on Monday morning that he suffered a season-ending injury in Sunday's 17-0 win over the Giants.
Titans coach Mike Vrabel didn't confirm the news on a conference call today, and he declined to discuss a potential replacement.
"I broke my left fibula and will miss the remainder of the season," Ryan wrote. "I poured my heart and soul into this season so it is unfortunate. However, anyone who knows me knows how relentlessly I will train to come back a better player with fewer weaknesses.
"I am proud of how I played, I'm proud of how my team is playing, and I'm proud I was able to walk off the field with a broken leg. I will continue to support the team and coach up the DBs while we make this run for the playoffs. Also I am proud to say my 76 tackles this season raised over $12,000 for animal rescue. It's all Love."
Ryan, signed prior to the 2017 season after spending his first four seasons with the Patriots, recorded his fourth sack of the season on Sunday before suffering the injury.
Vrabel said on the conference call the team hasn't made any announcements with roster moves concerning Ryan or any other players. Cornerback LeShaun Sims stepped in for Ryan in Sunday's game vs. the Giants.
"I don't think we've done anything with the roster yet and we'll handle those things here in the next couple of days," Vrabel said. "Logan certainly is able to talk about himself and his ability or inability to finish the season with us.
"And whoever plays in there is going to be expected to do a good job. Sims went in there yesterday for him and did a good job. … It's what pro football is at any level, at the college level and high school – if the guy in front of you goes down you are expected to be ready to go and be ready to play at a high level."