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ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Three weeks after having a career-best performance, enigmatic receiver Titus Young is back in the Detroit Lions' doghouse.
Coach Jim Schwartz announced Monday that Young will be inactive for Thursday's game against Houston.
Young also was benched for the final possession of Sunday's 24-20 loss to Green Bay.
"His behavior's going to have to change," Schwartz said. "This is a team sport, it's not an individual sport. Eventually, there's no more opportunities to get it right."
It's not the first time the Lions have had to discipline Young, a second-round draft pick in 2011. Young was also told to stay away from the practice facility for a while during offseason workouts after sucker-punching teammate Louis Delmas.
Young appeared to be on the right track when he caught nine passes for 100 yards and two touchdowns in a victory over Seattle on Oct. 28. But his immaturity problems returned.
Schwartz wouldn't be ...
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Titus Young was sent home from the Detroit Lions’ facility on Monday for his selfish behavior, and he will not play in the team’s Thanksgiving day game, MLive.com reports.
On Sunday, Lions wide receiver coach Shawn Jefferson could be seen yelling at offensive coordinator Scott Linehan on the sidelines toward the end of Detroit’s loss to Green Bay. He reportedly was yelling...
For the second time this season, Lions wide receiver Titus Young was disciplined for what is only being described as ‘bad behavior’.
According to ProFootballTalk.com, Young was sent home upon arriving at the Lions’ Allen Park training facility Monday morning. He’s expected to be out of practice for the next week and will not play in Thursday’s Thanksgiving Day game against...
Jim Scwartz is trying to clean up the image and the locker room of the Detroit Lions. Considering how many problem children this team still employs, it is not going to be a swift process, but he is making it clear that the old attitude will no longer be tolerated in Detroit, as this team looks to build upon last year’s successful turnaround.
The message is being strongly delivered...
ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Three weeks after having a career-best performance, enigmatic receiver Titus Young is back in the Detroit Lions doghouse.
Coach Jim Schwartz announced Monday that Young will be inactive for Thursdays game against Houston.
Young also was benched for the final possession of Sundays 24-20 loss to Green Bay.
His behaviors going to have to change, Schwartz said...
Lions second-year receiver Titus Young was benched late in Sunday's game against Green Bay. He was targeted six times, but had just one reception for 24 yards.Fantasy Spin:Young appeared to have an argument with both his receivers coach and the offensive coordinator. We don't know if it was a heat-of-the-battle one-series benching or a permanent change is status. Stay tuned.
The Detroit Lions are benching wide receiver Titus Young this week after what coach Jim Schwartz called ''unacceptable'' behavior during Sunday's loss to Green Bay.
Wide receiver Titus Young will be inactive for the Detroit Lions' Thanksgiving Day home game against the Houston Texans after being sent home from the team's facility Monday. Young was benched for the team's final three plays during Sunday's loss to the Green Bay Packers, and head coach Jim Schwartz said the second-year wide receiver's actions during the game...
The Detroit Lions are fed up with wide reciever Titus Young.
The Lions sent Young home from the team's practice facility Monday, and coach Jim Schwartz said he will not play in Thursday's game against the Houston Texans, reports the Detroit Free Press.
Young's selfish behavior and repeated on-field issues have led to the Lions making him inactive for Thursday'...
The Detroit Lions have had a tumultuous season and it is certainly not one that they expected or wanted. They were thought to be a playoff contender before the season started, but now after 11 weeks they sit with a 4-6 record and no chance of making the playoffs. To make matters worse the coaches are now getting into arguments on the sideline.The man yelling is wide receivers...
I know cry baby job protecting scum when I see it and when the blame game comes out like we see in Detroit one doesn't have to look very deep to see where the problems truly lay. Bill Ford couldn't manage his way out of a wet paper bag and the Ford Family has no business owning a NFL football team. If Lions fan really wanted to solve their agony they would united in every...