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 the Houston Texans from Ford Field.
Although it’s not clear exactly what triggered Young’s suspension, Schwartz did mention that his (Young’s) behavior was affecting the team negatively and that the confrontation between wide receivers coach Shawn Jefferson and offensive coordinator Scott Linehan was a result of Young’s selfishness. That confrontation took place after a Gosder Cherilus false start penalty that was a result of Young being lined up incorrectly forcing quarterback Matthew Stafford to yell in his direction confusing Cherilus on the play call.
“It’s disappointing because this is ground that we’ve already