Ryan Broyles has been like a machine at Detroit Lions training camp. Not missing a practice or a snap.
Until Wednesday when he sat out.
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don’t really know how your body feels especially coming back from a
knee injury, it was one of those days talking to the doctors and seeing
how I feel it was a maintenance thing,’’ Broyles said. “... No need to
go out there and beat my knee up.’’
Coming off his second ACL surgery in two years, he has been surprised with his speedy recovery rate.
year I was in and out, this year your body it heals differently,’’
Broyles said. “Definitely my right knee is healing different than my
left knee. Like you said, I’m kind of surprised, but it’s fun.’’ (Heritage Newspapers)
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