It has been a busy week for the Detroit Lions, and it is only Tuesday. Yesterday, the Lions cut ties with troubled wide receiver Titus Young, today sees the release of team leader Kyle Vanden Bosch and offensive guard Stephen Peterman.
The moves seem to be the first moves of many in trying to restructure a lack luster team that ended the 2012 season 4-12 after coming off their first playoff appearance in 12 years in 2011. While the moves come quick on the heels of the end of the season, they do not come unexpected.
Titus Young Sr. had his twitter tirade, his on and off field antics (He was sent home by the organization three times in a seven-month span starting last May, when he punched teammate Louis Delmas during off-season workouts.) and then there was the lining up and running the wrong routes thing.
Team officials had attempted to get Titus Young Sr. some psychological help, even went so far as to set up appointments with a psychologist, however Young never showed. Former c...