Compiled from wire reports

FOOTBALL

Seahawks’ Trevone Boykin?is arrested in Dallas

•?Seattle Seahawks backup quarterback Trevone Boykin was arrested in Dallas after police say he was in a vehicle that hit seven people on a sidewalk. Jail records show the former TCU quarterback was booked on misdemeanor charges of public intoxication and possession of marijuana. Bond was $500.

•?The Buffalo Bills claimed defensive lineman Scott Crichton a day after the Minnesota Vikings placed the former third-round draft pick on waivers.

•?Running back DuJuan Harris is returning to the San Francisco 49ers. Harris’ agent, Andy Simms, tweeted Monday that Harris will re-sign with San Francisco after the team did not tender him a restricted free-agent contract earlier this month.

HOCKEY

Sharks forward suspended?for punching Predator

•?San Jose Sharks forward Micheal Haley was suspended for one game without pay for punching Nashville Predators forward Calle Jarnkrok. Haley was assessed a match penalty Saturday when he retaliated after being hit from behind into the boards by Jarnkrok.

•?The New York Rangers agreed to a contract with free-agent forward Vinni Lettieri. Lettieri, 22, had 19 goals and 18 assists in 38 games with the Minnesota Golden Gophers this season.

•?Fourteen U.S. senators wrote a letter to USA Hockey’s executive director Monday over their concerns about the treatment of the women’s national team.

GOLF

Jason Day plays it by ear?for Masters participation

•?PGA Tour star Jason Day says he expects to travel to Augusta, Ga., on Friday to start practicing for the Masters, but could still pull out of the season’s first major, depending on his mother’s prognosis following surgery for lung cancer last week.

•?Dustin Johnson withdrew from the Shell Houston Open to rest from his five-day victory in Match Play.

OTHER SPORTS

Brazilian cycling team?faces another racing ban

•?Brazilian team Soul Brasil Pro Cycling faces another ban from racing after two more riders were implicated in doping. The International Cycling Union says the team will be judged by its disciplinary panel which can impose bans of up to one year.

•?Caroline Wozniacki reached the quarterfinals of the Miami Open, advancing when Garbine Muguruza retired after one set with a heat-related illness. Karolina Pliskova also reached the quarterfinals, beating Czech Fed Cup teammate Barbora Strycova 6-1, 6-4.

•?Megan McJames won the women’s giant slalom in the U.S. Alpine Championships at stormy Sugarloaf Mountain.

— From wire reports