Bryant (pectoral) was placed on the Lions' Non-Football Injury list Friday.
Bryant was contained to rehab work during June's minicamp and it's unclear if he'll be ready during training camp. The 22-year-old had surgery Jan. 17 to repair a torn pectoral. The Lions begin training camp Wednesday.
Bryant (pectoral) was contained to rehab work during June's minicamp, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.
Bryant presumably spent OTAs doing rehab as well, as he works his way back from Jan. 17 surgery to repair a torn pectoral. There's no telling if he'll be full-go in time for the start of training camp next month.
The Lions selected Bryant (pectoral) in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft, 117th overall.
Bryant is the lesser-known Clemson lineman who was a two-year starter for the Tigers. A pectoral injury prevented him from working out at the combine, but the film suggested that Bryant was not reliant on elite athleticism. He did have at least 8.0 sacks in each of his final two seasons at Clemson and has enough power and polish to his game to add useful depth on Detroit's edge.