The Lions wide receiver gave himself more time after his second ACL tear last December, and said during this week’s minicamp he could tell the difference. What Ryan Broyles learned about his first ACL rehab has helped with the second. Some may have snickered when Reggie Bush said there was no reason for the Lions not to have the most productive offense in the league, but he was dead-on. “You’ve got to be smart about what you do and last year I had to hurry up before my quad was strong enough and before my hammy and my glut was strong enough, I was out there running so I could get ready for the pro day.
Lions' Ryan Broyles finds rehab is easier the second time around
Broyles returned for Lions minicamp this week and participated fully all three days, and although he'll use the six-week break to continue rehab and strengthen small muscles in his right knee, Broyles expects to be ready for the 2013 season.