PRO: First-year wide receiver competing for a spot among the team’s wide receivers. Has spent the past three years most on the practice squads of the Detroit Lions (2008-09) and St. Louis Rams (2007).
2009: Signed to Lions’ practice squad November 3. After spending two weeks on the Lions’ practice squad he was signed to the active roster November 20 and appeared in first career game vs. Cleveland (11/22). Played in three games on the season.
COLLEGE: Fowler was a standout receiver at Grand Valley State where he garnered various honors, including: AP first team All-American, Don Hansen's Football Gazette first-team all-NW Region, Daktronics first-team All-American and D2football.com first-team All-American.
On Friday, December 20, Detroit Lions wide receiver Ryan Broyles will host Bowling with Broyles Fundraiser at the Emagine Lanes (200 N Main) in Royal Oak to raise funds for the Ryan Broyles Foundation that will help support families in need this holiday season. Anyone that brings a toy to donate at the door will be put in a drawing for Detroit Lions autographed items.
Despite holding all the cards since a Week 10 win at Chicago, the Lions have made it a three-team race to the finish in the NFC North
Detroit Lions safety Glover Quin announced today his ongoing support for Soles4Souls, Inc., a highly-regarded social enterprise organization dedicated to fighting global poverty through relief efforts and the creation of micro-jobs.
Running back Reggie Bush expects to return to the practice field this week and play Monday night vs. Baltimore after missing last week’s game in Philadelphia with a calf injury
In this week's Belle Tire Coach's View, Herman Moore sits down with head coach Jim Schwartz to discuss WR Jeremy Ross's kick return for a TD.
Orchid Children Services partnered with Mejier and the Detroit Lions to put on "Shop with the Lions," a program that offers underprivileged kids a chance to shop for Christmas with players.