#Lions announced WR Ryan Broyles (torn Achilles) is out for the rest of the season.
Schwartz said the initial diagnosis on Broyles is a ruptured Achilles
Scott Linehan said @RyanBroyles is now ready for a full workload which was the plan (middle of Oct.) all along.
Ryan Broyles is now primary slot guy moving forward. Team needs Edwards to get back from that ankle injury and will probably sign another.
Detroit Free Press "By all accounts the surgically repaired right knee of Lions receiver Ryan Broyles is doing fine. He played 30 snaps in the exhibition season and caught two passes for 32 yards. He hasn’t been listed on an injury report for the first two weeks and has participated fully in every practice. Yet..." September 14
Ryan Broyles getting some extra routes in early pregame after the WRs finished. Not expecting him to dress today.
Detroit News "Ask most NFL talent evaluators about Ryan Broyles and you are likely to get an answer very similar to this one from longtime Bills and Colts general manager Bill Polian. “I love Broyles” he said. “He’s got a chance to be really special.” But when you ask why the answers get a little more..." August 05
Detroit News "For Ryan Broyles, the second rehab has gone a lot smoother. When the Lions wide receiver tore the ACL in his right knee last December, he knew exactly what kind of painstaking recovery he was in for because he’d already suffered the same injury in his left knee. But just six months and one..." June 16
Detroit Free Press "He didn’t stumble upon any magic elixirs or go to the Adrian Peterson school of miraculous rehabs, but Lions receiver Ryan Broyles did learn a secret from his first torn ACL that has made recovering from his second much easier — patience. Broyles was a full participant in all three days of..." June 14
Michigan Live "Six months after surgery to repair a torn ACL, Ryan Broyles is already back on the practice field, fully participating in team drills. After two days of putting it to the test, the Detroit Lions wide receiver likes how his knee is responding. "I feel pretty good," Broyles said. "I've run two..." June 13
Michigan Live "Detroit Lions receiver Ryan Broyles is on the sidelines once again during organized team activities. However, Broyles believes he is much further ahead this year. Broyles, a second-round pick in 2012, missed a portion of OTAs after sustaining an ACL injury during his senior year at Oklahoma...." May 31