Reid, who earned Super Bowl rings with New England and Indianapolis, was arrested after being pulled over on suspicion of drunken driving in Virginia Beach, Va. Officers reported finding a handgun and marijuana in the Norfolk native's vehicle.
Goodell, set to deliver his first state-of-the-game address to club owners when the meetings formally begin today in Phoenix, reportedly will unveil new and strengthened rules of discipline tomorrow.
The Chicago Bears shored up both lines by re-signing Pro Bowl left guard Ruben Brown to a one-year deal and signing former 49ers defensive tackle Anthony Adams to a four-year contract.
The Detroit Lions agreed to terms with veteran guards Edwin Mulitalo, a former Baltimore Raven, and Zach Piller, who was released by the Tennessee Titans.
The NFL set a paid attendance record for the fifth straight season, surpassing 22 million for the first time.
Total attendance, including playoffs, was 22,199,712, up more than 400,000 from the 2005 season. The Eagles ranked 13th, with 553,794 paying fans.
Tennis Maria Sharapova
won a 2-6, 6-2, 7-5 marathon over Venus Williams
in the third round of the Sony Ericsson Open in Key Biscayne, Fla. Sharapova was drubbed by Serena Williams
in the Australian Open final in January.
Justine Henin came from behind three times in the third set to beat Virginie Razzano, 6-2, 2-6, 7-6 (5).
Soccer Landon Donovan
scored in the opening minute, then added two more goals for the 10th hat trick in U.S. national team history as the United States (3-0) beat Ecuador, 3-1, in an exhibition game at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla.
Congo's scheduled African Nations Cup qualifying match ed with Ethiopia was postponed indefinitely because of deadly clashes in Congo's capital, Kinshasa, that have left more than 100 dead since Thursday.
Cycling Floyd Landis
says his legal battle over doping allegations at the Tour de France has drained him physically, mentally and financially.
The effort "takes all of my energy and a lot of my time," Landis told reporters before a fund-raiser last night in Ephrata, Pa. Asked who he believes will win this summer's Tour de France, Landis said: "I don't care."
Authorities in Kingston, Jamaica, are hoping that security video from the hotel where Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer
was strangled March 18 will reveal the killer or killers. Police, however, will need more time to analyze footage because of the cameras' limited scope.
Noteworthy Kirk Osborn
, a lead defense attorney in the Duke lacrosse sexual-assault case, died at 64 in Durham, N.C., two days after he suffered a heart attack. . . . In winter sports, Adam Malysz
of Poland won the World Cup ski-jumping season title in Planica, Slovenia, while Canada won its first women's world curling title since 2004 with an 8-4 win over Denmark in Aomori, Japan. . . . Gonzaga assistant Bill Grier
will be introduced today as the new head basketball coach at the University of San Diego. . . . Citronnade
won the $150,000 Santa Ana Handicap by five lengths in Arcadia, Calif. Sharp Susan
by three lengths in the $150,000 Herecomesthebride Stakes at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale, Fla.