Report: Lions’ Titus Young Will Be Inactive Thursday Against Houston
- Updated: November 19, 2012
According to the Detroit Free Press, the Detroit Lions’ wide receiver, Titus Young, will not be on the field for the Lions’ Thanksgiving game against the Houston Texans. Young was reportedly sent home from the practice facility today, after what the Lion’s head coach, Jim Schwartz, described as “behavioral issues”. He will be ruled inactive and will not be able to play at all Thursday. Young was drafted by the Lions from Boise State in 2011. He is in his second season in the league and has had a history of conduct problems. With Young being inactive, expect Calvin Johnson and Ryan Broyles to get more looks from Matthew Stafford on Thursday. The Lions are 4-6 this season and have struggled to remain consistent. Detroit hopes to finish off the season on a good note after a disappointing season thus far.
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