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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Lawrence Jackson lends support to Titus Young on Twitter


      The Lions have received local and national criticism on the way they've handled the Titus Young saga. He started of his sophomore campaign by punching teammate Louis Delmas during mini-camp, followed up by intentionally lining up in a teammates spot in a game versus the Green Bay packers, and was sent home after coach Jim Schwartz reportedly wasn't happy with his behavior.

     Then the pressure escalated following Youngs rant on Twitter last night, in which he showed the same immaturity level that had scared some off before. Young said he "Never have I ran the wrong route, just put my self where the ball was going" and didn't show one ounce of remorse for his wrong doing.

      Schwartz left the door open to a possible return for Young, but said earlier today that "There are good ways to go about getting that and not so good ways about trying to get that done. This is a pretty good example on a not-so-good way."

      It is unclear on how the Lions will deal with this, if at all, and how they will handle Young as an organizational move.

      Backup defensive end Lawrence Jackson went to Twitter to lend his support to the disgruntled wide receiver.



   
      Earlier this off-season fellow wide receiver Nate Burleson also supported Young. Is this the opening for the Lions to bring him back? Not so much, but with the veterans on this team lending a hand out, the balls in Titus Young's court to change his persona around and mesh with the Lions in 2013

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