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Titus Young’s High School Coach Thinks He Needs A Psychiatrist

by Glenn Erby | Posted on Wednesday, May 8th, 2013
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Former Lions wide receiver Titus Young is going through some things right now.  I’m not sure what it is, but Young is self destructing.

As it has been reported, Young was arrested Sunday for a DUI.  After being released Young was rearrested after trying to steal his car out the impound. 

According to the Detroit Free Press, attempts to get in touch with Young’s father have  been unsuccessful.  One person who does have an opinion is Young’s high school coach, E.C. Robinson, who said he hasn’t spoken to Young since March.

Robinson did reiterate that during their conversation, he let Titus know “he needs to get some help, and speak to some one.”

“Based on the last time I did see him, I knew unless he got some help there was going to be some issues, and I told him that, too,” Robinson said. “And I thought maybe since I hadn’t heard anything from him he was in some institute getting some help. That’s what I just figured. But I know the last time I saw him, I was just shocked the stage he was in at that time.”

Robinson was then asked what stage was Titus at?

“He was talking some things that just didn’t make sense,” Robinson said. “I don’t know, I just wish he’d get some help. I know football is probably out of the question, right now it’s trying to get his life together.”

Titus Young needs to speak to someone, because right now, football and the lack of it, is the least of his problems.

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