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Report: Rams to cut wide receiver Titus Young

The Rams will cut temperamental wide receiver Titus Young, according to sources in a report by The Shadow League's Rob Parker.

ProFootballTalk.com reports the Rams have are declining to comment.

The Rams claimed Young after the Lions waived him on Feb. 5.

The Lions suspended Young twice during 2012 season, once for lining up in the wrong position in a November game against the Green Bay Packers and later for remaining a problem despite the second chance the team gave him. He also allegedly sucker-punched teammate Louis Delmas.

His release shortly followed Young's uses of Twitter to dare the Lions to play him more or let him go.

https://twitter.com/ShadowLeagueTSL/status/302438719531655168

https://twitter.com/ProFootballTalk/status/302453479979491328

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