Just like that, Titus Young might be back out on the street.
The wide receiver needy St. Louis Rams took a chance on Young when they claimed him on waivers after the Detroit Lions dumped him earlier this month. Rob Parker of The Sideline View, and a longtime journalist based in Detroit, reports that the Rams have cut Young.
Parker also reports Young might not play football again. The Rams have not commented, according to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. At some point, this story will trickle out. No one would be surprised if Young sabotaged what was a fine opportunity with the Rams.
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