"I think what we have here is a case of a few guys tainting the reputations of a lot of others," Schwartz told the Detroit Free Press. "... A couple guys haven't learned, and that is a concern, but they are still young and there's still a lot in front of them, and we are hopeful that they can ... put this behind them."
Fairley was arrested this weekend for the second time this offseason. Police nabbed the defensive tackle for driving while intoxicated and eluding authorities.
Young returned to practice Tuesday after his week-long absence from organized team activities. The wide receiver apologized to teammates for reportedly punching safety Louis Delmas two weeks ago.
Schwartz hopes Young has turned the corner.