Lions WR Ryan Broyles certainly hasn't been hesitant to get back on the field following an ACL injury suffered last December.
In fact, it's easy to forget he suffered that injury at all. His practice time has far exceeded his rest time throughout training camp and he played in his first live game this past week at Cleveland.
The way he put it: "Your body shows up some days and some days it doesn't. This has been one of the most challenging things of my life, coming off two ACLs. I'm out here trying to compete at a high level.
"Mentally, like I said, I'm 100-percent. My body thinks differently from day-to-day."
We think Broyles has WR3 potential, although it may be a slow start to the season for him until he gets his body back to normal. We rank him 50th with an ADP of the 13th round, so he's getting taken late as player who certainly has upside as Detroit's WR2.