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Titus Young speaks with media, declines to comment on past issues

Lions' wide receiver Titus Young didn't have much to say when he met with reporters on Friday, as he refused to comment on anything related to being sent home by coach Jim Schwartz last week.

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Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young spoke with reporters on Friday, though he really didn't have much to say, especially in regards to being sent home by head coach Jim Schwartz last week.

Paula Pasche of The Oakland Press tweeted that Young spoke but didn't "apologize or say much of anything" to the media.

John Kreger, Lions RapidReports correspondent for CBSSportsline.com, reported that Young's media session lasted for a minute and 52 seconds; he also mentioned the lack of explanation or apology for what happened last week that led to the second-year wideout from Boise State being sent away from his teammates.

Kreger tweeted the following, which describes Young's boilerplate response to most questions he fielded from reporters:

Earlier this week, Schwartz said he still hasn't decided when Young will return to the team, though he mentioned it will be Young's demeanor when he does come back to the team that could decide his fate going forward.

As far as Young's appearance, Kreger painted the picture on Twitter: