There is a big week ahead in Detroit Sports. The Detroit Red Wings are fighting for their playoff lives. The Detroit Pistons look for the newest horse on their coaching carousel, The Detroit Tigers got swept out of California and the Detroit Lions make their selection in the 2013 NFL Draft. That’s a lot of action! Dont’ worry DJC has got all your water cooler ammo. Get up! and Log on to DJC before you Get Down to business.
Darrelle Revis’ uncertain situation reached its seemingly inevitable conclusion on Sunday, as the New York Jets and Tampa Bay Buccaneers agreed to a trade that will send Revis to Tampa Bay for a pair of a draft picks.
NFL Draft: Draft News via Fansided
The 2013 NFL Draft is just a few weeks away and we are getting a better understanding of how a number of teams view the prospects on their draft boards. One position of interest is running back, where there is no clear cut No. 1 player.
Detroit Lions Draft: Oakland Press Breaks Down Offensive Tackles via Oakland Press
Martin Mayhew, the Detroit Lions general manager, was not afraid to practically gush about the prospect of drafting offensive tackle Eric Fisher with the fifth overall pick in the NFL draft which starts Thursday.
Detroit Red Wings: Todd Bertuzzi should return via Bleacher Report
There is some good news for Red Wings fans, however, as veteran forward Todd Bertuzzi could still return to action before the season ends. The 38-year-old has been out since February 7 because of a lingering back injury, which has also affected his leg. He’s recorded two goals and one assist in seven games this season.
Detroit Pistons: Pistons Coach Rumors
Bill Laimbeer would make a very interesting NBA coach, although it’s hard to determine how successful he would be if given a chance. We’ll never know because Laimbeer is unlikely to get the chance as he seems destined to be a regular with the WNBA. General managers, including former teammate Joe Dumars of the Detroit Pistons, probably don’t want to take a chance with the outspoken Laimbeer, who would love to coach in Detroit where he is still adored.
Detroit Tigers: Angels Sweep via Freep
What happened: The Tigers wasted early chances against wobbly CJ Wilson, then faltered defensively and allowed three runs in the third. Prince Fielder’s two-run homer tied the score, 3-3, in the fifth. It stayed 3-3 until Mark Trumbo led off the bottom of the 13th with a homer well over the left-field fence