Found July 03, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
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According to the Detroit Free-Press, former Lions wide receiver Titus Young missed a second straight court appearance.  The good news is that he was given an excused absence by the judge. Young, 23, who allegedly who went on a crime spree in May that led him being arrested three times in a week, is undergoing treatment and that is the reason he has twice failed to appear for hearings in the 11-count criminal case against him, according to his lawyer, Altus W. Hudson II. Superior Court Judge Andre Manssourian continues to hold a $100,000 bench warrant for Young’s arrest if he doesn’t show up again. Young’s lawyer claims his client is still undergoing treatment for concussions. “He’s safe,” Hudson said. “He’s still suffering from concussions.”     Need NFL Tickets? The post Titus Young’s lawyer claims his client is undergoing treatment for concussions appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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