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Lions Injury Update: Ryan Broyles working his way back from Achilles' injury

A torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during his 2011 senior season at Oklahoma led to Ryan Broyles falling to the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft, and the Detroit Lions selected him 54th overall. He showed some promise as a rookie, with 21 receptions for 307 yards over a six game stretch, but a torn ACL in his right knee ended his 2012 season early.Broyles return...
Via Sports Injury Alert
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Lions' Ryan Broyles (torn Achilles) showing good progress in return

Detroit Lions receiver Ryan Broyles had a good minicamp, making impressive catches and flashing his speed and agility as he showed good progress in his return from a torn Achilles tendon last season. “I haven’t felt this healthy to do anything in the off-season,” he said. “I (couldn’t do) a lot of pounding. But this off-season I feel like I’m going to be able to get...
Via Pro Sports Daily
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Healthy Broyles could help Lions

Who could blame Ryan Broyles for feeling a little bitter by the streak of bad luck that has led to three straight season-ending injuries? But that's not Broyles. The Detroit Lions wide receiver is a spiritual guy who seems to find a way to always stay optimistic, even in tough times. "Man, I'm in a blessed position, to be honest," said Broyles, 26. "Football...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
June 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit Lions Position Battle: Wide Receiver

Most of the news surrounding the Detroit Lions this off-season has been about their star DT Ndamukong Suh’s contract, or about how well the Lions’ secondary will adjust to their new defensive scheme. But a position battle at wide receiver is taking place, and it is one that could be very important for the Detroit Lions. Ryan Broyles, the Detroit Lions’ 2nd round draft pick...
Via Detroit Sports Nation
June 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Ryan Broyles almost fully healthy, participated in last week’s OTA’s

Detroit Lions wide receiver Ryan Broyles is almost fully recovered after rupturing his Achilles tendon in 2014,  according to MLive.com. General manager Martin Mayhew said earlier this offseason that Broyles attacks rehab harder than just about any player he has ever seen, and that regimen has Broyles closing in on a full recovery. He participated in the Lions’ first round of...
Via Pro Football Zone
May 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit's Ryan Broyles cleared for offseason workouts

The Detroit Lions got some good news this week, as wide receiver Ryan Broyles has been cleared for offseason workouts after suffering a torn right Achilles' tendon last season. How much he'll be able to do in voluntary team workouts right now is unclear, but Broyles should be at full strength in time for training camp. Broyles holds the NCAA FBS career record for career receptions...
Via Sports Injury Alert
April 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Ryan Broyles Looking Good In Camp and Should Be On Your Radar

Time to take notice Juan… Ryan Broyles is coming back from the second ACL surgery on his knee, but is impressing onlookers with his ”fluid and precise” route running.  All this with Broyles coming back from devastating injuries to his knee.  With the way guys are coming back form injury these days, nothing really shocks me when it comes to ACL recovery. The Lions threw the...
Via Juan Elway
August 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Broyles' first ACL rehab helped prepare him for his second

Detroit Lions receiver Ryan Broyles has been in rehabilitation for basically 18 of the last 20 months. The best part of his first torn anterior cruciate ligament was that it prepared him for the second. It all started November 5, 2011, when Broyles blew out his left knee late in his senior year at Oklahoma. Less than 13 months later, December 2, 2012, he did it all again, this...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
July 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Broyles remains questionable pick for Lions

Nearly everyone who follows the Detroit Lions reacted the same way -- "You've got to be kidding me," with a few expletives mixed in -- when the team selected Ryan Broyles in the second round of last year's NFL Draft. It was nothing against Broyles personally, nor an indication of his potential. After all, he had been a record-setting receiver at Oklahoma. But...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
January 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Lions rookie Ryan Broyles gets cussed out by head coach

Detroit Lions wide receiver Ryan Broyles received an R-Rated tirade by head coach Jim Schwartz after forgetting to buckle his chin strap (Credit: AP Photo/Paul Sancya) Second round draft pick Ryan Broyles out of Oklahoma probably thought his first official NFL practice would go a little more smoother than it did. Broyles, who was taken off the physically unable to perform list on...
Via Down and Distance
July 29, 2012  |  Discuss
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