Lions WR Ryan Broyles is currently recovering from his second ACL injury in two seasons. Detroit did not draft a receiver early this offseason, which means the Lions must be comfortable with Broyles' progress. He had six receptions for 126 yards against the Houston Texans before sustaining his latest injury. If that is the type of production Broyles can provide consistently when healthy, he can be a solid contributor.
Broyles tore his ACL in early December, so he'll only have about eight months of recovery by the time August rolls around. Nate Burleson (who broke his leg in late October) figures to start opposite Calvin Johnson.