One-On-One: Logan Ryan Signs With New York Giants & Helps Find Animals New Homes | Celebrity Page
The NFL star is helping pets find new families!

Logan Ryan Signs With New York Giants 🏈

Logan Ryan is a two-time Super Bowl champion defensive back and now he's bringing his skills to New York!

The pro-football player signed a one-year contact to join the New York Giants and gave Ricky Cornish a sneak peek at the upcoming season:

"Football is going to figure itself out, but it's going to take its bumps just like everything else right now," Ryan said.

Logan & Ashley Help Pets Find New Homes 🐶

When he isn't intercepting or stopping the offense on the field, Logan and his wife Ashley can be found working on their true passion, rescuing animals.

The Ryan's are the founders of the Ryan Animal Rescue Foundation, an organization that helps find pets new and forever homes by promoting adoption and offering grants to better the lives of animals.

The duo even sponsor fees when adopting pets to help families rescue a new family member with ease!

"People in the animal community are hard at work trying to find ways to keep people and their pets together," Ashley Ryan said.

To learn more about the Ryan Animal Rescue Foundation, visit their website here.

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