PRO FOOTBALL: Tampa Bay cornerback Eric Wright was arrested in Los Angeles for investigation of driving under the influence after police said he was involved in a crash near Staples Center.
Wright's Mercedes SLS rear-ended a pickup truck, and Wright, who wasn't injured, refused to take sobriety tests, authorities said. He was booked for investigation of felony DUI and bail was set at $100,000.
The Denver Broncos signed kicker Matt Prater to a new four-year deal, locking up one of the most powerful legs in NFL history. Financial terms were not released.
Current and former NFL coaches Leslie Frazier, Bill Cowher, Eric Mangini, and Ben Kotwica are visiting U.S. troops in the Persian Gulf this week as part of a USO tour. Kotwica is an assistant special-teams coach for the New York Jets who spent seven years in the Army after playing college football for West Point.
HORSE RACING: Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner I'll Have Another will bid fans farewell on Saturday at Hollywood Park, parading between races. The colt's bid for the Triple Crown ended suddenly on June 8, the day before the Belmont Stakes, when he was retired because of a tendon injury. I'll Have Another was recently sold to Shigeyuki Okada and will stand stud at Big Red Farm on the island of Hokkaido in Japan.
COLLEGES: Notre Dame women's basketball coach Muffet McGraw signed a 10-year contract extension to stay at the school through the 2021-22 season.
The 56-year-old St. Joseph's graduate and Big Five Hall of Famer led Notre Dame to the national title in 2001 and three other appearances in the NCAA Final Four, including the last two seasons. Her teams have made 19 NCAA tournament appearances, including 17 in a row.
Stanford running back Tyler Gaffney will give up his final year of eligibility in football to pursue a professional baseball career. He was a 24th- round selection by the Pittsburgh Pirates in June.
Southern Utah and North Dakota officially joined the Big Sky Conference.
PRO BASKETBALL: The Miller twins both were released by their WNBA teams on Monday in separate transactions on opposite coasts.
The New York Liberty waived guard Kelly Miller, a 12-year veteran who was averaging only one point a game in seven minutes playing time per contest.
Miller's twin sister, Coco, was waived by Los Angeles. The guard averaged 2.6 points in 14.1 minutes per game after signing with the team on June 8.
BOXING:Vitali Klitschko, who is running for parliament in his native Ukraine, will defend his WBC heavyweight title against Germany's Manuel Charr on Sept. 8, his management team said.
- Staff and wire reports