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 Schwartz said.
Asked whether Young had played his last game as a Lion, Schwartz replied, I think its way too soon to tell on stuff like that.
Schwartz said that Young potentially could be back during the Lions final five games this season. The next game is Sunday against Indianapolis Colts at Ford Field.
During one part of the interview, Schwartz used the phrase if he gets back with the team to describe Youngs status.
But the coach quickly added that its more when he gets back with the team.
Youngs selfishness and immaturity were cited as reasons for the disciplinary move last week. Schwartz called Young ...