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Titus Young momentarily came to his senses late Monday night--he apologized to fans of his former team, the Detroit Lions.
Sounds reasonable, right? Maybe there is hope for this kid. He is only 23 after all. Youngsters are going to make mistakes. The important thing is that they learn from them, apologize if possible, and then move on.
Could it be that Titus has learned? Could he be wanting to take responsibility for his actions? Could he be trying to make things right?
Nope. He deleted the message. Since people only delete messages they don't want to share (because they said something they didn't mean to say) it can be assumed that he did not mean to apologize.
He didn't do anything wrong. Every ball should be his because he's the greatest wide receiver of all time (that was typed with a very sarcastic look on my face).
Because why shouldn't he get very ball thrown his way? It's not like he was just a second year player last season, barely...
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Monday the Detroit Lions came to terms with free agent offensive tackle Jason Fox on a one-year deal. Injuries have limited him to just five appearances in three years. If he can remain healthy though, he would become a major boost to the offensive line, most likely at the right tackle position.
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A proud franchise with a crazed fan base has had some bad, bad drafts and many of them involve Matt Millen. The team has also added some incredible individual talents. Lets look at the best picks in the history of the Detroit Lions since 1980!
Former Detroit Lions kicker Errol Mann died last week at the age of 71 at his home in Missoula, Mont., according to the Missoulian newspaper.
Mann, who used a straight-on kicking style, played for the Lions from 1969-76. He ranks third in club history with 141 field goals.
The Detroit Lions came to terms with free agent wide receiver Brian Robiskie on a one-year deal Monday. He will be fighting for a roster spot in camp and is not guaranteed anything.
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The Detroit Lions have come to terms with RB Joique Bell on a one-year deal Monday. He will backup newcomer Reggie Bush as the receiving back.
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The Saint Louis Rams have began their voluntary offseason condition program today, along with most of the other league, excluding the ones who started 2 weeks ago.
There will be no contact during the conditioning period, or really any football related activities, save for the quarterbacks who will be throwing to uncovered receivers.
You can view the schedule by clicking the link...
Former Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young tweeted an apology late Monday night directed towards Lions fans but deleted it afterwards. Then he added a tweet that said “Thank Jesus Amen,” but deleted that quickly too. He currently doesn’t have any tweets and is only following six people, one of which is Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor.
Perhaps it’s time...
The might be the off-season of $100 million contracts. Joe Flacco and Tony Romo are finished. Aaron Rodgers is close to finishing his deal and we can add one name to that list.
The Detroit Free Press is reporting that the Lions and star quarterback Matthew Stafford on working on a long term deal will probably put him up there with Romo and Flacco.
The Lions, who have spent the...
Round One (5th overall pick)
OT from Central Michigan – Eric Fisher
Has this pick become obvious or is there still a debate about it? For me I don’t think there’s any debate on it. This pick has to be an offensive lineman whether it’s the two best offensive tackles in the draft in Eric Fisher or Luke Joeckel… or possibly the two best guards in Jonathan Cooper or Chance...
ST. LOUIS We've nearly arrived again, my friends. One week until the hopes of football fans no longer hinge on fruitless mock predictions. Seven days until the NFL Draft shows its much-anticipated hand.
How will the St. Louis Rams fare?
The answer could be the key to a team that's trying to right the ship after a 22-73-1 record the past six seasons. Or, it could be what...