Detroit Lions Links: Titus Young Says He’s Sorry

Here are the latest news and notes on May 30, 2012:

• At some point in the near future, all the talk about the Lions won’t revolve around the team’s off-field issues. We’re not there yet though. returned to practice Tuesday, his first OTA appearance after fighting Louis Delmas. While he didn’t talk to reporters, Young did apologize to his teammates. —

• It might be way too early to declare 2011 first-round pick a bust, but that’s the label the trouble-making ex-Auburn star will carry until he proves otherwise, writes Eric Thomas. — CBS Local

• While Fairley and Mikel Leshoure may still face personal discipline for their offseason errors, the Lions as a team might earn a slap on the wrist too. If an NFL team has multiple players suspended for violating league rules in the same season, it’s subject to a monetary penalty. —

• Back on the field, the Lions are still trying to figure out who will start opposite at cornerback when the regular season rolls around. And according to Houston himself, the best candidate might be . — Free Press

• What does the 2012 season hold for the Detroit Lions’ talented offense? Nick Kostora takes a shot at predicting this year’s stats for each of the Lions’ starters. — Bleacher Report

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