Thursday Nov 21
Detroit Free Press
Titus Young appears in court, but case delayed again
Former Detroit Lions receiver Titus Young, facing 11 criminal charges, including four felonies, was granted another delay in his case today, in a brief appearance before Superior Court Judge Andre Manssourian.
WWL-TV New Orleans
Saints know this Sunday could go a long way for home postseason game
FILE PHOTO: Jabari Greer #33 of the New Orleans Saints celebrates after an interception in the fourth quarter as Titus Young #16 of the Detroit Lions looks on during their 2012 NFC Wild Card Playoff game at Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 7, 2012 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Inside the world of Megatron: Calvin Johnson is as unassuming as he is unstoppable
That was the plan when he was growing up in suburban Atlanta, but then he grew to 6-foot-5 and developed a knack for dropping jaws.
Moreno Valley: Ex-NFL player Titus Young pleads not guilty
A Riverside County judge has rescinded an arrest warrant for ex-NFL player Titus Young after his lawyer appeared in court Tuesday, Nov. 12. Moreno Valley police arrested Young twice in 24 hours May 5 on suspicion of DUI and burglarizing a police impound yard to retrieve he impounded Ford Mustang.
Bears' Brandon Marshall regrets reaching out to ex-Detroit Lions WR Titus Young too late
Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall says he reached out to Titus Young and the disgraced former Detroit Lions receiver's family.