Broyles already has shattered Mayhew's expectations, returning to full participation in last week's mandatory minicamp.
"I'm out there doing full practices right now so in a couple months I feel like I'll be pretty good," Broyles told Josh Katzenstein of the Detroit News on Sunday.
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Outside of Calvin Johnson's record-setting performance, the Lions didn't have a single wide receiver with 400 yards last season. The silver lining is that Broyles hauled in 21 passes for 307 yards in a six-game stretch before the knee injury. Barring a setback, Broyles will play in three-wide sets with Johnson and Nate Burleson, bringing Burleson's Patrick Edwards hype train to a screeching halt.