Titus Young played two seasons with the Detroit Lions before being cut for his off-of-the-field issues. The former Lions receiver is due back in court March 20 (Credit: AP Photo)
According to the Riverside (Cal.) Press-Enterprise, former Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young has started the process of getting his legal affairs in order.
Titus Young did not live up to the expectations...
WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS
The sad saga of Titus Young has taken another turn for the worst as Young will soon be arrested for missing a court appearance related to a prior arrest.
Titus Young's story grows more disturbing, as his high school coach says that the former wide receiver was unaware of his release by the St. Louis Rams prior to his arrests.
RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT
Titus Young appeared in court for his many offenses and reportedly ignored a judge. Read more about his court appearance.
The Detroit Lions thought they landed a gem when they wrangled receiver Titus Young in the 2011 draft.
What they landed was a troubled young man whose issues are playing out in theater of the world.
Young’s father Richard spoke with the Detroit Free Press a day after they spoke with the homeowner that almost shot Young after he allegedly broke into his home.
The elder Young...
Titus Young was arrested for the third time in less than a week over the weekend.
His latest round of charges are felony counts of burglary and assault on a peace officer and a misdemeanor charge of resisting arrest.
Bill Palttos, who owns the California house that Young allegedly broke into Friday, told a local TV outlet that he grabbed his rifle and was about to shoot Young...
LIVING THE DREAM
Titus Young the former NFL Wide Receiver who was arrested twice in one day (once for DUI and then hours later trying to steal his own car from police impound lot) also likes to take naps in AT&T stores. Deadspin has the story from a very annoyed AT&T employee. Living in The Detroit suburbs and working for AT&T I would regularly get Lions players in my store. One of particular...
Former Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young was arrested twice in a 15-hour span. You have to see what he did for the arrests.
Titus Young is the latest in a long line of troubled wide receivers that seemingly just does not “get it.”
On Monday he was released by the Detroit Lions ending a two-year run that completely represents the term could have, would have and should have.
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DRAMA IN DETROIT
Lions WR Titus Young reportedly was declared inactive for the team's game against Houston because he purposely lined up in the wrong spot multiple times in a previous game.