Giants’ Logan Ryan thanks organization after team trainer saved his wife’s life

After the Giants’ 25-23 loss to the Buccaneers on Monday night, Giants safety Logan Ryan dealt with a more significant issue. Ryan received a phone call from his wife, Ashley, who had flown to the family’s home in Florida to vote in the presidential election.

According to Ryan, Ashley was dealing with stomach pain, and after advice from Giants trainer Justin Maher, she decided to go to the hospital. On Wednesday, Ryan discussed the situation.

“She was telling me about some pain she had in her stomach,” said Ryan, who has a daughter, Avery, and a son, Otto, with Ashley. “She wanted to sleep it off. She was in extreme pain, but she said she’ll wait until the morning. I talked to one of our trainers about the symptoms. He said, ‘No, she needs to go to the ER.’ My wife ended up going to the ER, and they ended up catching (an) ectopic pregnancy, where the egg was in the wrong place in her fallopian tube, and it was about to burst. She ended up going into emergency surgery. … They ended up saving her and ended up preventing a lot of what could have been done. That was a trainer on our team, Justin Maher, telling my wife to go to the ER at 1 a.m. and could have saved her life or saved a lot of internal bleeding there. That’s the type of organization we have here. My kids are okay, my wife is recovering well, she’s okay.”

Listen to Ryan tell the story below:

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