Compiled from wire reports

football

Newly acquired Carroll

of Cowboys arrested

• Newly acquired Dallas Cowboys cornerback Nolan Carroll was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated after leaving a promotional event at a club welcoming him to Dallas. Dallas police say the 30-year-old Carroll was arrested early Monday after being stopped for a traffic violation. He was booked into the Dallas County jail and posted bail later in the day..

Carroll joined the Cowboys in March as a free agent from NFC East rival Philadelphia on a three-year, $10 million deal.

The team issued a statement saying it’s aware of his arrest and is “gathering information at this time.”

Carroll is an eight-year NFL veteran who began his career in Miami.

• The Detroit Lions signed guard Connor Bozick and running back Matt Asiata. The team announced the deals but did not provide contract terms. Asiata’s agent confirmed last week he had agreed to a one-year deal with the Lions.

Bozick was an undrafted free agent out of Delaware, where he made 24 consecutive starts to finish his career. Asiata rushed for 402 yards last season for Minnesota. In five NFL seasons, he has rushed for 1,259 yards on 361 carries.

Detroit also announced it waived fullback Michael Burton and waived-injured linebacker Brandon Chubb.

hockey

Senators’ Brassard needs right shoulder surgery

• Ottawa Senators center Derick Brassard, 29, will require surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder. The tear was found through tests after the Senators’ playoff series against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Recovery time is expected to be four to five months.

Brassard had 14 goals and 25 assists in 81 regular-season games in his first year with Ottawa. He had four goals and seven assists in 19 playoff games for the Senators, who were eliminated in seven games by the Penguins in the Eastern Conference finals.

SOCCER

Portugal, Venezuela

advance to quarterfinals

•?Portugal and Venezuela advanced to the Under-20 World Cup quarterfinals at the expense of Asia’s last two hopes. Portugal knocked out host South Korea 3-1 in the round of 16, while Venezuela beat Japan 1-0 after extra time to make the quarterfinals for the first time.

The South Koreans targeted the quarterfinals after group wins over Guinea and Argentina. But the Portuguese killed the game midway through the second half when Bruno Xadas dribbled past two defenders on the edge of the area to shoot past Song Bum-keun for his second goal and his team’s third.

Venezuela, perfect in the group stage with three wins and no goals conceded, couldn’t break the Japanese, and the match went to extra time. The winning goal came after 107 minutes, when Yangel Herrera rose in the penalty area to head Ronaldo Lucena’s corner past diving goalkeeper Ryosuke Kojima.

— From wire reports