Ryan Broyles | WR | Detroit Lions
Posted: 2/4/2013 6:20pm et
Detroit Lions WR Ryan Broyles has begun running in a swimming pool as part of his rehab from a torn anterior cruciate ligament and hopes to be ready for the start of the regular season. He said this rehab should be easier than his first torn ACL recovery because he knows what to expect.
Huddle Up: Broyles was coming on for the Lions prior to the injury, and he'll be needed even more after the release of Titus Young. Isn't it ironic that every pool has a sign saying "don't run", and yet here we are celebrating that very feat?
Posted: 12/3/2012 7:01pm et
Detroit Lions WR Ryan Broyles (knee) suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in Week 13 and will miss the rest of the season.
Huddle Up: Between Broyles' injury and Titus Young's continuing disciplinary issues, it looks as if former-Jaguar Mike Thomas is now the Lions' No. 2 wideout. With the defensive attention Megatron commands and how many passes the Lions throw, Thomas definitely is a viable fantasy option.
Posted: 12/2/2012 3:35pm et
Detroit Lions WR Ryan Broyles suffered a knee injury in the first quarter of Sunday's Week 13'sd game and will not return.
Huddle Up: With Titus Young already out due to disciplinary reasons, Broyles' injury depletes the once-deep Lions' situation even further. Broyles had a catch for 3 yards before departing.
Posted: 9/20/2012 1:39pm et
Detroit Lions WR Ryan Broyles could play a role in the team's game plan for Week 3 if TE Tony Scheffler (calf) is unable to play. Scheffler did not practice Thursday.
Huddle Up: All good in theory but it's hard to put much stock in the rookie considering that fellow wideout Titus Young, who has season's head start in the Lions' offense, only has 2 receptions for 25 yards so far this season.
Posted: 8/18/2012 12:00pm et
Detroit Lions WR Ryan Broyles (knee) made his preseason debut Friday, Aug. 17, against the Baltimore Ravens. He hauled in two receptions for 26 yards in his first game action since suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament nine months ago while at the University of Oklahoma.
Huddle Up: Broyles is just over nine months removed from a torn left ACL and his recovery appears on schedule. If he can come along quickly he could be a bonus to the already potent Lion offense. He's worth keeping an eye on in early season waiver wire action.
Posted: 7/24/2012 12:17am et
Detroit Lions WR Ryan Broyles said he believes he will be able to participate when training camp begins and does not expect to be placed on the Physically Unable to Perform list.
Huddle Up: Broyles' final season at Oklahoma ended prematurely due to a torn ACL, and the expectation was that he would start camp and perhaps the regular season on the PUP list. The Lions don't need to rush him back and he could still open camp on the PUP and be activated during the preseason. When healthy, he'll immediately challenge Titus Young and Nate Burleson for looks opposite Calvin Johnson.