Six months after surgery to repair a torn ACL, Ryan Broyles is already back on the practice field, fully participating in team drills. After two days of putting it to the test, the Detroit Lions wide receiver likes how his knee is responding.

"I feel pretty good," Broyles said. "I've run two full practices so far with no complaints. I feel good about the playbook, so I can pick and choose spots when to be explosive."

While there are still hurdles to overcome, Broyles is confident he'll be 100 percent by the time the regular season rolls around.

This is the second consecutive offseason Broyles is coming back from an ACL tear. Last year, he felt he had to accelerate the rehabilitation in preparation for the NFL draft. This go-around he's been able to be more patient.