Ryan Broyles ready to catch on with Lions after knee injury
Lions GM Martin Mayhew discusses Ryan Broyles: Lions GM Martin Mayhew discusses Oklahoma receiver Ryan Broyles, whom the Lions selected in the second round of the NFL draft Friday. By Dave Birkett Louisiana-Lafayette cornerback Dwight Bentley works out
By Chris McCosky Wide receiver Ryan Broyles was a Biletnikoff finalist after the 2010 season but tore his ACL in November. (Getty Images) Allen Park — The Lions pulled a rabbit out of their hat in the second round — taking Oklahoma wide receiver Ryan
Strengths: Possesses exceptional hands and routinely catches the ball outside his frame. Tough for a player of his size. Doesn't mind getting hit when working the middle. Has returned punts. Broyles is at his best playing out
Ryan Broyles is coming off surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee late last season. (Mark D. Smith-US PRESSWIRE) For 15 years, Dave Dye was the Michigan State beat writer at The Detroit News. He's covered five Final Fours,
By Josh Slagter | email@example.com • The Detroit Lions selected Ryan Broyles with the 54th overall pick Thursday night. The wide receiver tore his ACL during his final season at Oklahoma, leaving some to wonder how soon he'll be NFL ready.