Joba Chamberlain is sporting a new uniform this year, but the pitcher isn't sure what his face will look like on Opening Day. The Detroit Tigers reliever wants the fans to pick what type of facial hair he will sport to start the season: It seems like a cool way to get the fans involved. Show More Summary
Kate Upton may be one of the world's top models, but she recently decided to take a break and let someone else steal the spotlight. On Sunday, Detroit Tigers reliever Joba Chamberlain let the world see Tigers catcher Bryan Holaday in a one-piece swimsuit: For once, the supermodel wasn't the center of attention in the photo. Show More Summary
The production version of the Maserati Levante, formerly known as the Maserati Kubang, is still going to be a thing. Back in 2011 at the Detroit Auto Show, plenty of people were up in arms about the prospect of a Maserati SUV, let alone one that would share pieces of Jeep Grand Cherokee and be built in Detroit. A lot's changed since 2011. Read more...
The Detroit pensioners are up in arms over the latest proposal submitted on February 20 by emergency manager Kevyn Orr.Bondholders are also upset. If everyone is upset, does that mean the deal is fair? Let's investigate the idea starting...Show More Summary
Before we go any further, let's clear up any mistaken premise you might glean from the title: Matthew Stafford will be the starting quarterback for the Detroit Lions for at least the next five years. There's no chance in that changing. Show More Summary
You've read many articles claiming to have the best free-agent fit for the Detroit Lions or listened to radio hosts scream that the Lions can't let Willie Young walk. But has anybody really put into perspective how likely any of these moves are? They have? Are you sure? But did they do it using betting odds? Good. Show More Summary
That Time Crain's Detroit Killed George Valassis http://t.co/AyfSwohn8h — James David Dickson (@JamesDDetroit) February 6, 2014 Give Crain’s Detroit credit for trying hard to let the world know that George Valassis is not dead after all. On January 13, Crain’s referred to “the late George Valassis.” Valassis, though, is doing just fine at 84, “and … Read More
As a Detroit Lions fan, the best part of your year is here: the offseason. Let's celebrate! In all seriousness, there's a lot going on. The salary cap needs to be addressed, and a few key players are eligible for new contracts. So what will the Lions do? I don't know, but here's the situation as it currently stands. Begin Slideshow
Lions running back Joique Bell played a big role in the Lions offense in 2013, rushing for 650 yards and catching 53 passes for 547 yards to provide Detroit with a strong complement to Reggie Bush in the backfield. That makes it all but certain that the team will be tendering Bell a contract as…
Let's see: do massive sinkholes next to the headquarters of other massive sinkholes, located in a bankrupt city that may soon become a massive sinkhole, qualify for Federal bailouts? From Jalopnik: Oh, what a great thing to happen during...Show More Summary
Maybe it was the call letting him know he was joining Team USA in Sochi next month or perhaps it was the calendar turning over on January 1. It may have simply been Jimmy Howard remembering who he was and what he was capable of. Whatever...Show More Summary
When we named the Kia GT4 Stinger Concept as our top debut at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show, our comments section had, let's call it, a tantrum. People were not pleased. Debuting alongside hugely significant production cars like the Chevrolet...Show More Summary
Production car mimics the look and driving feel of a specialized racing model.
--> Okay, let’s pull the magnifying glass away from Detroit for a second and head somewhere a little colder. What could we possibly be interested in that is colder than Detroit in early January? The 2016 BMW 7 Series that our spy photographers caught testing in the crisp -22 degree F air of Northern Sweden, of course. Show More Summary
Head to BuzzFeed for a 23-year-old's longform piece about buying a house in Detroit for $500: "Not that I was sure how to go about buying, let alone renovating a house. It was just an inexplicit dream, some trick that...
Volkswagen isn't mincing words about the Beetle Dune concept. If this high-riding Bug gets a positive reception at the Detroit Auto Show, they'll build it. Let's make it happen.
"Hey, you know what young people like? Trucker hats! iPads! Techno! Skirts!" — GM's millennial-chasing PR department, possibly high, when thinking of how to unveil the Chevrolet Sonic at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show. Read more...
After a trio of teasers, Kia has finally unveiled its GT4 Stinger Concept at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show. Let's get one thing out of the way right off the bat: Kia says in its press release that "there are currently no plans to bringShow More Summary
Next week is the first big one of 2014, the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. So what do you need to be on the lookout for? Let's break it down. Read more...
Our NFL Nation poll asked players from every team to name the most feared player in the NFL. The winner was Detroit defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh with teammate Calvin Johnson finishing second. But let’s narrow the scope and ponder who...Show More Summary