Found April 03, 2013 on FF Locker Room:
PLAYERS: Ryan Broyles
TEAMS: Detroit Lions
Ryan Broyles, WR, Detroit Lions Player Profile Height/Weight: 5-10/192 Birthdate: 4/9/1988 School: Oklahoma FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS Poor Ryan Broyles. After suffering an ACL injury his senior year at Oklahoma, then working hard to make it back on the field after getting drafted by the Lions, he suffers another ACL injury in the opposite knee. I guess that’s the good news for Ryan, that it was the other knee and not the same one. If it had been the same knee he tore in college his outlook at coming back quicker would be cloudy at best. With the injury occurring in the right knee, his timetable is a little more solid. While the latest updates are encouraging, as of 2/4/13 he was running in a pool, he most likely will not be ready for week 1 and will enter the season much like he entered his rookie year where he made it on the field for the week 7 game. Poor Ryan Broyles. I only say that again, because after he finally got on the field, he emerged as a solid slot receiver and it was ...
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