Titus Young wasn’t a man for ‘The D’ or the ‘Rome of the West’


Titus Young is a porous soul.

After a blissful 10 days working in the Rome of the West, the St. Louis Rams wisely released degenerate wide receiver Titus Young on Friday.

The 5-foot-11, 174 pound Young, who Detroit took out of Boise State with the 44th pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, was fired by the Lions for being an unlikable scumbag on February 4.

“We spent probably four or five days with him,” said Rams head coach Jeff Fisher, 54, who owns an impressive career record of 150–128–1 strolling the sidelines. “At the end of the interview process, we decided it was best for us to go another direction. Perhaps Titus is better suited for another organization.”

As the Lions’ third receiver, Young, who has caught 81 passes for 990 yards and 10 touchdowns in 26 games as a professional, was an unmitigated disaster and distraction in “The D.”

Young, a collegiate All-American and three-time First-Team All-WAC selection, is now a free agent.

Although skilled and brimming with potential, every organization in the league should avoid the 23-year-old Young as though the former Bronco were akin to anthrax.

Hopefully, being unemployed serves as a wakeup call for Young and makes the malcontent realize how badly changes are needed.

Regardless, the NFL is a better brand today without the violent and cantankerous Titus Young.

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