Detroit's Broyles hurts knee against Colts
DETROIT -- Lions wide receiver Ryan Broyles has left Sunday's game against Indianapolis with a knee injury.
Broyles appeared to be having his right knee worked on midway through the first quarter on the sideline. The rookie has become increasingly important to the Lions with Titus Young having fallen out of favor.
Broyles tore a ligament while he was a senior at Oklahoma, but that was in his left knee.
Colts offensive lineman Joe Reitz left in the first quarter and will not return after undergoing a concussion evaluation.
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