|Birth Day:||April 9, 1988|
|Birth Place:||Norman, United States|
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He played high school football for the Norman Tigers.
Broyles attended the University of Oklahoma, where he played for coach Bob Stoops's Oklahoma Sooners football team from 2008 to 2011. He was redshirted in 2007 after being arrested for attempting to steal gasoline from a closed down gas station. In his first collegiate game against Cincinnati in 2008, Broyles had seven receptions for a school freshman record 141 yards. He finished the season tying a school freshman record with 46 receptions. His 687 yards were also a Sooners freshman record. He also had six receiving touchdowns and 30 punt returns for 238 yards and a touchdown.
In 2007, he was arrested and charged with attempted larceny for trying to steal gas in Norman. Norman police arrested him at Mr. Shortstop, a local gas station, when they found him with a fuel-pump key and a pump-override code. The misdemeanor landed him a six-month deferred sentence and a $100 fine.
In the 2009 season Broyles caught 76 passes for 964 yards and 12 touchdowns. He had 13 catches for 156 yards and three touchdowns in Oklahoma's 31–27 Sun Bowl victory over Stanford University. For his outstanding performance, Broyles was named Sun Bowl MVP.
In 2010 he caught 131 passes for 1,622 yards and 14 touchdowns. In Oklahoma's 48–20 Fiesta Bowl victory over the University of Connecticut, he had 13 catches for 170 yards and a touchdown.
On October 15, 2011, Broyles broke the all-time FBS career reception record (previously held by Taylor Stubblefield of Purdue) with his 317th career catch versus Kansas. The record was later broken by Justin Hardy in 2014. Broyles college career ended in a game against Texas A&M on November 5, 2011 when he tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. His senior season ended with 83 receptions for 1,157 yards and 10 touchdowns in nine games.
The Detroit Lions selected him in the second round (54th overall pick) of the 2012 NFL Draft. He recorded his first NFL touchdown reception in the 4th quarter of Week 7, a 13-7 loss to the Chicago Bears. On November 16, Broyles was fined $10,000 for an illegal crack-block against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 10. He was named the 2012 Detroit Lions Rookie of the Year by the Detroit Sports Broadcasters Association. On August 31, 2015, he was released by the Lions per his request, days after barely appearing in a preseason game against Jacksonville.
After the mission trip to Haiti he became a more devout Christian. Broyles proposed to his high school and Oklahoma college girlfriend Mary Beth Offenburger. They married July 7, 2012. In June 2015 their son Sebastian Reid Broyles was born. He lives in a house he built in Dallas, Texas.
On October 16, 2019, Broyles was selected by the Dallas Renegades during the fifth round of open phase in the 2020 XFL Draft. The Renegades are led by head coach Bob Stoops, who was formerly Broyles' head coach at Oklahoma.
Broyles would not play a down for the team as he announced his retirement on December 5, 2019. The Renegades continued to hold his rights in the event of unretirement.
Ryan's parents are Edward Broyles and Stephanie Moore.
Currently, Ryan Broyles is 33 years, 0 months and 8 days old. Ryan Broyles will celebrate 34th birthday on a Saturday 9th of April 2022. Below we countdown to Ryan Broyles upcoming birthday.