Found November 27, 2012 on NFL Trade Rumors:
Lions head coach Jim Schwartz said that WR Titus Young is “potentially” done for the season after the wideout missed practice on Tuesday, per Anwar Richardson. “It’s more of when he gets back with the team, if he gets back with the team,” said Schwartz. Young has had an attitude issue for the last few months or so in Detroit, starting when he fought Louis Delmas during OTAs and now he’s virtually run himself out of his uniform. On the field, Matthew Stafford‘s totals could suffer as a result, considering rookie Ryan Broyles looks to be the starter opposite Calvin Johnson for the remainder of the season.
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