Compiled from wire reports

OLYMPICS

Phelps, Franklin lock up ?trips to summer games

•?Michael Phelps is heading back to the Olympics. So is Missy Franklin. Phelps, the most decorated athlete in Olympic history, held off a stiff challenge from Tom Shields to win the 200-meter butterfly at the U.S. swimming trials in Omaha, Neb., on Wednesday night. Phelps whipped around to look at his time and held up all five fingers on his right hand. Yep, it’s Olympics No. 5, making him the first male swimmer to compete in that many summer games. Franklin, meanwhile, turned in one of the gutsiest performances of her career to earn a spot for Rio in the 200 freestyle. While Katie Ledecky romped to victory in the 200 free, earning a second individual event at the Olympics, Franklin rallied over the second half of the race to claim the runner-up spot.

•?Hurdler Lolo Jones took to Instagram to announce she won’t be healthy enough to compete at the U.S. Olympic Trials. Jones had hip surgery in November and isn’t healed enough to compete later this week.

FOOTBALL

Colts give QB Andrew Luck $140 million contract deal

•?Andrew Luck has signed the richest contract in NFL history, a deal worth up to $140 million with the Indianapolis Colts that covers the next six seasons through 2021. Colts owner Jim Irsay revealed the contract’s maximum value for Luck, the No. 1 pick in the 2012 draft who missed nine games last year because of injuries to his shoulder, ribs and kidney. Irsay said Luck would be guaranteed $47 million if the Colts were to cut him before the season.

HOCKEY

Former No. 1 pick Hall ?is acquired by Devils

•?The New Jersey Devils acquired former No. 1 overall draft pick Taylor Hall from the Edmonton Oilers for defenseman Adam Larsson. The trade gives the goal-starved Devils an exciting young left wing, who was drafted in 2010. The Oilers get a solid defenseman who was the No. 4 overall selection in 2011. They also get salary cap space to possibly sign free agent Milan Lucic with Hall’s $6 million annual salary heading to New Jersey.

•?The Columbus Blue Jackets signed defenseman Seth Jones to a $32.4 million, six-year contract. Jones will count $5.4 million against the salary cap through the 2020-21 NHL season. The contract includes a modified no-trade clause in years five and six.

•?Lightning captain Steven Stamkos is staying put in Tampa Bay. The 26-year-old tweeted that he was “excited to be back for 8 more years” and three people familiar with the decision confirmed the move. One of the people said the contract is worth $68 million, meaning Stamkos will average $8.5 million per season.

•?The Nashville Predators pulled off a blockbuster before the start of free agency by acquiring P.K. Subban from the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for Shea Weber, a swap of All-Star defensemen.

— From wire reports