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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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The Detroit Lions have granted exiled wide receiver Titus Young access back into the kingdom but it appears he’ not going to return and jump back into his usual roster spot.
According to reports, Young’s spot in the pecking order has been greatly diminished.
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Titus Young returned to practice on Wednesday for the first time since he was sent home for selfish behavior and later deactivated for the Detroit Lions’ Thanksgiving Day game against the Houston Texans. Disciplinary action is nothing new for Young, but the latest childish act he reportedly pulled takes his immaturity to an entirely new level.
According to Dave Birkett of the Detroit...
According to the Detroit Free Press, Titus Young “purposely lined up in the wrong spot on the field multiple times” in Detroit’s Week 11 loss to the Packers. We knew Young lined up in the wrong spot, but didn’t know that he did it on purpose. It makes the Lions’ displeasure with his play and attitude all the more understandable, and speaks to an almost stunning petulance...
More than a week after he was sent home from Allen Park and asked to stay away from the team, troubled Lions WR Titus Young returned to practice Wednesday morning.
Young, who at times has been visibly disruptive during games was sent home after the Green Bay game a couple weeks ago due to his selfish behavior.
Young’s return was somewhat of a surprise especially since head coach...
Lions second-year receiver Titus Young should be allowed to return from his one-game team-imposed suspension and play against Indianapolis.Fantasy Spin:Ryan Broyles had a very good game with Young sidelined, catching six balls for 126 yards. Our guess is that Young doesn't get his starting spot back.
With Titus Young returning to practice Wednesday after nearly a week and a half team ban, details on his benching are starting to emerge.
According to Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press, after Young was angry for not being targeted more during the Lions’ Week 11 loss to Green Bay, the receiver reportedly lined up in the wrong place “multiple times” purposely trying to...
ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) -- Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young has returned to the team.
Young practiced Wednesday for the first time since the Lions told him to stay away. He was deactivated for Detroit's 34-31 overtime loss to Houston last week because coach Jim Schwartz said his behavior was "unacceptable" during the previous setback to Green Bay.
Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young returned to practice Wednesday after being dismissed from the team last Monday and being withheld from the Lions Thanksgiving day contest against the Houston Texans.
It’s been a long year for Detroit Lions general manager Martin Mayhew.
He has seen his draft class get ridiculed, his head coach cost the team points, and his star defensive tackle drive around town recklessly on a regular basis.
The media has loved it, but Mayhew hasn’t.
The most recent debacle occurred in the Lions’ last game against the Houston Texans. Playing on Thanksgiving...
ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Receiver Titus Youngs absence from the Detroit Lions for disciplinary reasons has entered its second week, raising more questions about his future with the club.
Young, who was held out of last weeks game, didnt attend Tuesdays practice. It remains unclear when, or if, he will return to the team.
Not here today, but well reevaluate that as we go, coach Jim...
While I was at Thanksgiving with my family Thursday, quite a controversial play happened in the Houston Texans-Detroit Lions game. You’ve probably seen and heard plenty about the play by now: Houston’s Justin Forsett ran for an 81-yard touchdown, despite it being clear that his knee and elbow had touched down during the play. Detroit head coach Jim Schwartz then threw a challenge...
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER
Commissioner Goodell said it's a possibility the controversial challenge rule that reared its ugly head during the Texans-Lions game could be changed for the playoffs.