DETROIT (WXYZ) - Wide receiver Titus Young Sr. found another way to make headlines about his role with the Lions. This time Young went to Twitter to air out his frustrations about his future with the organization.
Young sent the following messages via Twitter:
"Like I said I never been selfish but if I'm not going to get the football i don't want to play anymore."
"Never have I ran the wrong route, just put my self where the ball was going"
After the Lions regular season, head coach Jim Schwartz said that Young would still be on the roster during the offseason; however, Schwartz didn't provide any further details regarding his role with the team in 2013.
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