He’s punched a teammate. He ran the wrong route on the football field, giving his team less a chance to win.
He does the right things on and off the court. He is never a problem, rather always part of the solution.
Did somebody remind Titus Young that Calvin Johnson is the best receiver in the history of football?
When we next heard from Lions wide receiver Titus Young, we were hoping for contrition, explanation and resolution to be better.
Lions coach Jim Schwartz stayed mum on what exactly Titus Young did to get kicked out of practice and kept out of games, but Young himself seemed to finally break the silence Tuesday.
When the Lions placed WR Titus Young on injured reserve with a knee injury in Week 14, it was assumed the second-year player’s many behavioral and disciplinary issues had seen him play his last game in Detroit.
You’ve heard tales of their unseemly, ridiculous and dirty deeds throughout the year — those southeast Michiganders who were more naughty than nice in 2012.
Matt Millen may be gone, but the Detroit Lions may still be making too many mistakes in the NFL Draft.
Lions coach Jim Schwartz has to laugh to keep from crying.
It’s another tough break for Detroit Lions fans.
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