Responding to Titus Young's plea for a bigger role in the offense, Lions coach Jim Schwartz said "this is a pretty good example of a not so good idea."
Young tweeted Tuesday that he "(doesn't) want to play anymore" if he wasn't going to get the ball more in 2013. "Every offensive player wants the football and there's good ways to go about trying to get that done," Schwartz said. "This is a pretty good example of a not so good idea. Guys are responsible for what they post, what they say. You wear your uniform 24 hours a day now, everybody's aware of that. We obviously still (have) some ground to cover there." The fact that Schwartz responded to Young's latest misstep with something other than complete condemnation is a good thing for Young, but the odds he's back in Detroit next season are at an all-time low.