Titus Young was suspended for sabotaging his own team's plays. (Leon Haslip, Getty Images)
Lions receiver Titus Young returned to practice for the Detroit Lions this week after his team-imposed suspension, but one of his teammates remains frustrated (to say the least) about the receiver's actions that led to the absence.
Speaking to The Detroit News' Chris McCosky, Lions center spoke out about Young's petulant attitude, which included the receiver intentionally lining up in the wrong spot and verbally clashing with Lions receivers coach Shawn Jefferson in the teams' Week 11 loss to the Green Bay Packers.
Raiola's comments, via McCosky's Twitter feed:
Young has 33 receptions and four touchdown catches on the year, with an average of over 11 yards per catch.