Titus Young has proven wildly successful at making noise off the field. Whether the wide receiver will make any on it for the St. Louis Rams next season is another story, but the agent for one of his new teammates doesn't sound convinced.
Burkhardt characterized Amendola's negotiations with the Rams as "positive," saying, "I think they know what Danny brings to the team, and the spirit of the team aside from what he does on the field."
We expect Amendola to return, although his durability is a concern. Meanwhile, a new start might benefit Young, but the Lions -- a team without a legitimate No. 2 wideout -- saw more than enough. For a player making Megatron-level boasts, Young's immediate task is to prove he can work within the team structure and produce for the Rams. The leash will be pulled tight from the start.