Jim Leyland joked this morning on MLB Network the Detroit Tigers probably aren't done dealing this offseason. "This is Dave Dombrowski you're talking about," Leyland said. Well, apparently, the Tigers and Dombrowski at least aren't done listening. USA Today's Bob Nightengale is reporting the Tigers are listening to offers for center fielder Austin Jackson, who has spent the last four seasons in Detroit. When the Tigers acquired second baseman Ian Kinsler for first baseman Prince Fielder on Wednesday night, many figured this was a move that would allow Detroit to slide Jackson down in the lineup.