PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Michael Vick has agreed to a restructured deal with the Philadelphia Eagles. A source familiar with the contract says Vick could earn up to $10 million in 2013 if he meets all his performance incentives, and the team will void the remaining two years on March 15. The veteran quarterback was slated to make $16 million next season.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) – A Penn State trustee has called on the university governing board to re-examine the findings of former FBI director Louis Freeh’s school-sanctioned investigation into the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal. Trustee Alvin Clemens said in a statement that the critique released this weekend by Joe Paterno’s family raised “serious and troubling” questions about Freeh’s findings. Freeh has called the Paterno family’s review self-serving and a campaign to shape the late Hall of Fame coach’s legacy.
NEW YORK (AP) – Despite losing a game last week against Illinois, Indiana held on to the top spot in the AP Top 25 men’s college basketball poll. Four of the top five teams and six of the top 10 lost last week. It ends a stretch of five consecutive weeks with a new No. 1, two weeks short of the longest such stretch in 1993-94. Duke, Miami, Michigan and Gonzaga round out the top five, with the Hurricanes enjoying their highest ranking ever.
CLEVELAND (AP) – Speedy outfielder Michael Bourn has agreed to a four-year, $48 million contract with the Cleveland Indians, pending a physical. Bourne hit .274 with nine homers, 57 RBIs and 42 steals for Atlanta last season and represented the Braves in the All-Star game.
MONTREAL (AP) – The NHL is not going to suspend Toronto Maple Leafs forward Mikhail Grabovski for allegedly biting an opposing player. The league says there was no conclusive evidence that Grabovski bit Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty. Pacioretty says he got a precautionary tetanus shot after the incident in Toronto’s 6-0 victory Saturday. The forward emerged from the skirmish showing his arm to the officials and claiming Grabovski bit him.