Lions WR Titus Young actively sabotaged offense; is dumber than Jim Schwartz

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  1. b0ng

    b0ng Bad Hombre

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    Mindblowing.
     
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    Honoring Earl 34 Teflon Rick must go

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    Leon from the Bud Light commercials .
     
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    What's mindblowing is he's still with the Lions.
     
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    What a BEEPing idiot... Once he's gone from the Lions, I doubt any team will ever take him in... edeot!
     
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    I guess it would be accurate to say it is not about the money for this guy because he probably will not have any soon.
     
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    rep worthy for that laugh.
     
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    If I were them, he'd remain a Lion as long as possible.

    He'll never see the field. He'll never be on the active roster again. It will be my intent that by the time he's a free agent, he'll be so out of football shape & forgotten that he'll never work in the NFL again.
     

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