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Titus Young Not At Lions OTAs After Fight With Teammate

Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young was held out of OTAs on Monday as discipline for a fight last week with safety Louis Delmas during voluntary workouts. There is no word yet on how much time he will miss. Delmas attended and participated in activities Monday.

When asked about the incident, head coach Jim Schwartz declined to comment.

"This is the voluntary part of our offseason program," Schwartz said. "There is no need to comment. It sort of entails that it is not voluntary. I'm not going to comment on any other thing, other than (Stephen) Tulloch (who will miss the next few weeks to an injury) because Tulloch will be down for a significant period of time."

After the two players got into a confrontation, Young reportedly punched Delmas when he wasn't looking. The Lions' 2011 NFL Draft class continues to give the team headaches with running back Mikel Leshoure, defensive lineman Nick Fairley and offensive tackle Johnny Culbreath all having been cited for marijuana possession this offseason.

For more on the Lions' offseason, head over to the SB Nation blog Pride of Detroit. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for more from OTAs.