Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young, who last week got into a fight with Lions safety Louis Delmas, is not serving a suspension from the team, according to Lions writer Tim Twentyman:
The reports from yesterday that Titus Young is on suspension from the Lions is inaccurate, according to multiple league sources.— Tim Twentyman (@ttwentyman) May 22, 2012
MLive.com reported Monday that Young was not allowed to participate in the team's organized team activities, or OTAs. Delmas, meanwhile, was in attendance and participating.
Young reportedly instigated the fight, which occurred last week.
According to that Monday article from MLive.com, Lions coach Jim Schwartz declined to speak specifically about the incident or the team's disciplinary measures.
Young, a 2011 second-round pick out of Boise State, was fourth on the team in catches (48) and yards (607) in 2011.
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