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Tag Archives: free agency
Pistons add Josh Smith, bye-bye Moose?
The Pistons made a big move in free agency today, signing former Atlanta Hawks forward Josh Smith to a four-year $56 million contract. This is a great deal for the Pistons, Smith is 27, a freak of an athlete and … Continue reading
Posted in NBA Tagged Andrei Kirilenko, Brad Stevens, Detroit Pistons, free agency, J.J Hickson, Josh Smith, Pistons trades, Rajon Rondo, trade market Leave a comment
Big start to the Red Wings free agency
Detroit had one of the better days in free agency today as the Wings were able to sign former Ottawa Senator captain Daniel Alfredsson and former Florida Panther Stephen Weiss. Alfredsson’s deal is one year, $5.5 million while Weiss is … Continue reading
Posted in NHL Tagged Brenden Morrow, Daniel Alfredsson, Datsyuk, Douglas Murray, ESPN, free agency, Ken Holland, Red Wings, Stephen Weiss, trade market, Zetterberg Leave a comment
Big Signings in Day Two of Free Agency
Well its official, one of the worst kept secrets in Detroit is that the Lions have signed their primary target in running back Reggie Bush. The deal is for four years and a reported five million dollars, which has not … Continue reading
Posted in NFL Tagged Allen Park, Barry Sanders, Calvin Johnson, Chris Houston, free agency, Glover Quin, Jason Jones, Jim Schwartz, Ndamukong Suh, Reggie Bush 1 Comment
Pistons stay quiet at the Deadline
Joe Dumars didn’t feel the need to make a deal at the deadline, already moving Tayshaun Prince and Austin Daye for Jose Calderon. The only reported deal that came out involving the Pistons was trading Jason Maxiell and a first-round … Continue reading
Posted in NBA Tagged Brandon Knight, free agency, J.J Hickson, Joe Dumars, Jose Calderon, Pistons, Rodney Stuckey, trade deadline, Victor Oladipo Leave a comment
What Do the Lions Need?
With the Detroit Lions releasing offensive guard Steven Peterman, wide receiver Titus Young and defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch this week, where do the Lions go from here? Obviously they need to replace the positions that these guys played, but … Continue reading
Posted in NFL, Uncategorized Tagged 2013 Lions, Detroit Lions, free agency, Justin Durant, NFL, NFL Draft, NFL offseason 1 Comment
Should the Tigers Sign Another Pitcher?
On Wednesday, the Detroit Tigers sent representatives to watch three free agent pitchers. Kip Wells, Mark Lowe, and Ryan Rowland Smith all threw bullpen session for seven teams. Some of the other teams include the A’s, Dodgers, and Blue Jays. … Continue reading
Posted in MLB Tagged 2013, Brandon Lyon, bullpen, Detroit, Detroit Tigers, free agency, Free Agents, Jon Rauch Leave a comment
Tigers signing in response to Halos?
After Josh Hamilton signed with the Angels for 5 years and $125 million it seems like the Halos were putting the Tigers on notice. With a middle of the order that could include, in any order, Trout, Pujols and Hamilton … Continue reading
Posted in MLB Tagged Albert Pujols, Angels, Anibal Sanchez, free agency, hot stove, Josh Hamilton, Justin Verlander, Mike Trout, Rick Porcello, Tigers, Zack Greinke Leave a comment
Torii is a Tiger
The Tigers made the biggest free agent splash so far of the offseason signing free agent outfielder Torii Hunter to a 2 year, $26 million contract today. This signing is huge for the Tigers because Hunter can be the missing … Continue reading
Posted in MLB Tagged Austin Jackson, comerica park, free agency, Gary Sheffield, Gold Glove, hot stove, Mike Illich, Tigers, Torii Hunter Leave a comment
What is next for the Red Wings?
After losing out in what apparently was the Ryan Suter and Zach Parise combined package sweepstakes, the Detroit Red Wings are now looking elsewhere to fill their roster. After signing a few players already, I believe the Red Wings will … Continue reading
Posted in NHL Tagged Detroit Red Wings, free agency, free agent signing, Free Agents, Hockey, Hockeytown, NHL, Red Wings, Ryan Suter, Zach Parise Leave a comment
Dwight Howard is quickly becoming my least favorite player in sports
Dwight Howard was one of my favorite players in the NBA for the way he seemed to play the game like every athlete should. Big smile, always joking and always seeming to be having fun, like a big kid who … Continue reading
Posted in NBA Tagged Brooklyn Nets, Dwight Howard, free agency, Magic, trade demands 5 Comments