Compiled from wire reports

NFL

Titans backup quarterback?Matt Cassel needs surgery

•?Tennessee Titans backup quarterback Matt Cassel will have surgery to put a pin in his right thumb after being hurt during organized team activities. He probably will be out for six weeks.

•?Chicago Bears backup quarterback Mark Sanchez will likely miss the rest of offseason program after suffering an undisclosed injury. The team rescinded waivers on ex-Browns quarterback Connor Shaw.

•?Denver Broncos outside linebacker Shaquil Barrett will miss the rest of the team’s offseason program because of a hip injury suffered in a nonteam workout last week.

•?The Seattle Seahawks signed safeties Marcus Cromartie and Jordan Simone, and waived wide receiver Speedy Noil and running back Troymaine Pope to clear room on the 90-man roster.

•?The Minnesota Vikings signed their second-round pick, former Florida State running back Dalvin Cook, to put their entire rookie class under contract one month after the NFL Draft.

•?The Green Bay Packers signed linebacker Vince Biegel, a fourth-round draft pick who played in college at Wisconsin and grew up in the state.

GOLF

Oklahoma beats Oregon?for college championship

•?Brad Dalke held off Sulman Raza as Oklahoma won the NCAA championship 3-1-1 over defending champion Oregon at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove, Ill.

•?Furman teammates Alice Chen and Taylor Totland won the U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball Championship in Myrtle Beach, S.C., beating former Georgia players Sammi Lee and Mary Ellen Shuman 4 and 3.

•?The team of Frankie Capan and Shuai Ming Wong rallied to win the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship in Pinehurst, N.C., beating Clark Collier and Kyle Hudelson 2 and 1.

BROADCASTING

Mike Tirico will replace?Al Michaels on Thursdays

•?Mike Tirico is replacing Al Michaels as play-by-play announcer for Thursday night NFL games this season on CBS and NBC. Michaels will still do Sunday night games with Cris Collinsworth as analyst.

•?ESPN agreed to a multiyear contract extension with Lee Corso, 81, the star of College GameDay. Corso joined ESPN in 1987 and has been part of the popular college football Saturday pregame show ever since.

OTHER SPORTS

Tony Kanaan will replace?injured driver at Le Mans

•?Driver Tony Kanaan will replace Sebastien Bourdais on the defending class winning team at the Le Mans 24 Hours after Bourdais was injured during qualifying for the Indianapolis 500.

•?Notre Dame goalie Cal Petersen will forgo his last year of college eligibility with the hope of signing an NHL contract. The Buffalo Sabres picked him in the fifth round of the 2013 draft.

— From wire reports