We haven't heard a lot about former NFL receiver Titus Young since he effectively ruined any chance of returning to football by allegedly committing multiple crimes last year, but it sounds like he's still dealing with a lot.
His trial was pushed back yet again because he's in a Los Angeles-area hospital getting treatment, according to USA Today. Young's lawyer told the court that his client was getting unspecified treatment.
"He's receiving treatment and is in a safe place," Young's attorney, Brian Hurwitz, told USA Today after a brief court hearing.
Young faces 11 charges, including four counts of felony burglary. He was arrested three times in a week last May.
Young was a second-round pick of the Lions in 2011 but was cut last year because of constant disruptions on and off the field. St. Louis picked him up but quickly cut him too. Despite the fact that he has plenty of talent, it's nearly impossible to see him playing in the NFL ever again.
Young's primary focus should be getting his life in order, including settling his legal issues. Young's lawyer told USA Today he hopes to work out a deal with the Orange County district attorney's office before Young is to stand trial.
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