Timeline of Titus Young's transgressions

dsouthorn@idahostatesman.comMay 15, 2013 

Titus Young was suspended multiple times in 2008, his sophomore season at Boise State, due to conduct detrimental to the team. He had no further issues as a Bronco, became the program's all-time leader in receiving yards and made 25 touchdown receptions, including this one against Toledo in 2010.

JOE JASZEWSKI — Statesman file

Sept. 13, 2008: Boise State suspends sophomore wide receiver Titus Young for its home game against Bowling Green. Coach Chris Petersen declines to say why.

Oct. 11, 2008: Petersen announces Young has again been suspended, this time for "at least" three games.

Oct. 27, 2008: Petersen says Young will not play the rest of the season because of conduct detrimental to the team. "We just need some time apart," Petersen says. Young plays in only three games in 2008.

April 29, 2011: Young, after finishing his career No. 1 in Boise State history with 3,063 receiving yards, is taken in the second round (44th overall) by the Detroit Lions in the NFL Draft.

May 21, 2012: After a solid rookie season (48 catches, 607 yards, six touchdowns), Young is banned from the Lions facility after fighting with safety Louis Delmas.

Nov. 22, 2012: Young is benched for the Lions game against Houston after he allegedly intentionally lines up in the wrong spot and runs the wrong routes. He does not play the rest of the season and finishes with 33 catches for 383 yards in 10 games.

Dec. 3, 2012: Lions coach Jim Schwartz says Young, who had been able to practice, is sent home.

Jan. 22, 2013: On Twitter, Young writes, "Like I said I never been selfish but if I'm not going to get the football i don't want to play anymore."

Jan. 25: Young posts again on Twitter, saying, "Oh I'm not done, if y'all going to cut me let me go. I'm tired of the threats."

Feb. 4: Young is waived by the Lions.

Feb. 5: Young is claimed off waivers by the St. Louis Rams, the only team to put a claim on him.

Feb. 15: Young is released by the Rams. "We spent probably four or five days with him," coach Jeff Fisher said. "At the end of the interview process, we decided it was best for us to go a different direction."

May 4: Young allegedly walks into a convenience store in Laguna Hills, Calif., and steals a bottle of water and candy. He later returns to allegedly steal cigars.

May 5: Young is arrested twice in Riverside County, Calif. - once on suspicion of DUI and later that day for trying to take his car out of an impound lot. He is not yet charged for the two incidents.

May 8: A woman files for a permanent restraining order in Riverside County against Young. A temporary restraining order is issued.

May 11: Young allegedly breaks into a house in San Clemente, Calif., and then scuffles with police when they attempt to make an arrest.

May 14: Young pleads not guilty to eight charges in Orange County, including three felonies. One felony charge is for the San Clemente home burglary (first-degree) and the other two are for the convenience store burglaries (second-degree). He is facing a total of more than seven years in prison on the combined charges. A judge set bail for $25,000.

May 24: Young is scheduled for his first pretrial hearing in Orange County.

May 29: Young is scheduled for a hearing in relation to the restraining order filed against him.

Dave Southorn: 377-6420,Twitter: @IDS_southorn

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