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A Detroit-area pizza chain partnered with Lions players to hand out 4,000 winter coats to city's youth on Saturday. The giveaway was sponsored by Happy's Pizza, who reportedly paid $75,000 to fund the fourth annual event.Wide receivers Titus Young and Nate Burleson, linebacker Stephen Tulloch, and running back Joique Bell were among the Lions player who chipped in to volunteer their time. They were also joined by volunteers from Greater Grace Temple and some Detroit firefighters to help distribute the much-needed outerwear.With the frigid cold air of winter drawing near, it's good to know that these kids will be ready for it.Via
BEST OF MAXIM
Two Detroit Lions coaches, offensive coordinator Scott Linehan and wide receivers coach Shawn Jefferson, got into what appeared to be a brief, but heated, argument on the sideline (video here) during their team’s loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. Late in the fourth quarter with the Lions trying to overcome a 24-20 deficit, Jefferson was seen yelling at Linehan. Titus Young...
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.
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...
According to Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free-Press, the Lions sent home wide receiver Titus Young early from today’s practice. Head coach Jim Schwartz said he will not play in Thursday’s Thanksgiving game against the Texans.
“When you play a game like football, it’s a team sport and players have obligations to the team and Titus hasn’t done a very good job of fulfilling...
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...
The Detroit Lions are benching wide receiver Titus Young for Thursday's game against Houston following what coach Jim Schwartz calls ''unacceptable'' behavior during Sunday's loss to Green Bay.
Schwartz does not characterize the move as a suspension, but says Young was sent home from the team's practice facility Monday and will be inactive against the...
YOUNG AND RESTLESS
It was revealed on Monday that the Lions benched Titus Young in the fourth quarter on Sunday, and now it would seem that his punishment does not end there.
Lions second-year receiver Titus Young has been sent home for the week by coach Jim Schwartz and he will be inactive for the team's Thanksgiving game against the Texans. SOURCE: ProFootballTalk.comFantasy Spin:Schwartz said Young has been putting himself above the team. The receiver was reportedly responsible for sparking an argument between Lions OC Scott Linehan and receivers...
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...
While the Detroit Lions are expected to be without safety
Louis Delmas (knee) today when they take on the Green Bay Packers, they are
likely to have wide receivers Calvin Johnson (ankle) and Titus Young (knee)
Johnson didn’t practice Wednesday, but he was able to return
in a limited capacity for sessions on Thursday and Friday. He continues to be
listed as questionable...
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'...