NFL

Former Dolphins player questioned over threat

• Former Miami Dolphins player Jonathan Martin was taken into Los Angeles police custody after a threatening Instagram post that spoke of revenge for bullying.

Investigators questioned Martin after a post on his Instagram account showed a shotgun and referred to the Harvard-Westlake prep school in Los Angeles. Martin left the Dolphins in 2013 after accusing teammates of bullying.

The post mentioned the Instagram usernames of former Miami Dolphins players Richie Incognito and Mike Pouncey.

An NFL probe found Incognito and two teammates persistently harassed Martin, who left the team midseason. Incognito was suspended for eight games and sat out 2014 before joining Buffalo.

• Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan gave two-year extensions to coach Doug Marrone, Executive Vice President Tom Coughlin and General Manager Dave Caldwell.

• The Jaguars released running back Chris Ivory, who averaged 3.4 yards a carry, finishing with 382 yards and a touchdown last season.

• Kellen Moore is the new quarterbacks coach for the Dallas Cowboys after spending three seasons as the backup to Tony Romo and then Dak Prescott.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Memphis star will miss rest of season with injury

•  Memphis point guard Jeremiah Martin, leading scorer in the American Athletic Conference, will miss the rest of the season after breaking his foot.

• Missouri freshman Michael Porter Jr., the top prep prospect in the nation, returned to practice three months after back surgery.

• Miami guard Bruce Brown Jr. will have his injured left foot re-evaluated by doctors March 12.

TENNIS

Canadian player settles lawsuit over fall on floor

• The U.S. Tennis Association and Canadian player Eugenie Bouchard reached a settlement in her liability lawsuit after she slipped and fell on a wet locker room floor at the 2015 U.S. Open.

• Third-seeded Lucas Pouille and fourth-seeded Tomas Berdych advanced to the Open 13 semifinals in Marseille, France.

• Unseeded Daria Kasatkina will play top seed Elina Svitolina in the Dubai Championships final.

• No. 1 seed Dominic Thiem fell 6-4, 6-0 to Fernando Verdasco in a Rio Open quarterfinal.

OTHER SPORTS

Swimming official resigns after failing to report kiss

• USA Swimming director Susan Woessner quit after not disclosing that in 2007 she kissed coach Sean Hutchinson, the subject of a misconduct inquiry.

• The Pittsburgh Penguins acquired center Derick Brassard from the Ottawa Senators in a three-team deal that sent defenseman Ian Cole to Ottawa and forward Ryan Reaves to the Vegas Golden Knights.

• The New York Islanders and forward Josh Bailey agreed to a six-year, $30 million deal.

— ABJ/Ohio.com wires