With the deadline to slim its roster down to 75 coming on Tuesday, Detroit made several other moves including cuts and activations.
With many more cuts looming this week, the Lions have agreed to release wide receiver Ryan Broyles.
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Since being with the Lions, Broyles has appeared in 21 games, catching 32 passes for 420 yards and two touchdowns.
Wide receiver Golden Tate, who said he has not spoken to Broyles about the tweet, said the message was not a big deal.
Lions head coach Jim Caldwell said that players can come to coaches if they have a problem with how they are being used by the team.
Needless to Say Broyles isn’t too pleased with his playing time as he took to Twitter after the game.
Lions safety James Ihedigbo is inactive and will miss his third straight game to start the season when Detroit hosts Green Bay on Sunday.
No stranger to comebacks, Detroit Lions wide receiver Ryan Broyles has already blown out both ACLs and rehabbed successfully from those injuries. Now Broyles faces another long-term injury.
“Megatron” himself explained one area he has been working on – seeing the field more like quarterback Matthew Stafford.