Dolphins get Marshall

Bill Parcells decided Brandon Marshall is worth the trouble. Parcells' Miami Dolphins also decided Marshall is worth two second-round draft picks. Miami acquired the high-maintenance Pro Bowl wideout from Denver for a second-round pick next week and another next year. According to, a league source said Marshall and the Dolphins have agreed on a four-year, $47.5-million contract extension that includes $24 million in guaranteed money.

Marshall has a history of domestic violence, clashed with Broncos coach Josh McDaniels and was summoned before NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

Coleman, Moss sign,

Backup cornerback Drew Coleman, a restricted free agent, has signed a one-year tender with the Jets. Coleman signed the tender, worth $1.176 million, leaving running back/kick returner Leon Washington as the Jets' only remaining unsigned restricted free agent.

Sinorice Moss has signed his tender offer from the Giants and will earn $1.176 million in 2010. The signing leaves four restricted free agents on the Giants who have yet to sign their tenders - Barry Cofield, Gerris Wilkinson, Domenik Hixon and Derek Hagan - but all are expected to by the June 1 deadline.


Player rest questioned

Players resting at the end of the regular season will be discussed among NBA executives, though commissioner David Stern doesn't see anything coming of it. Stern said he is putting the matter on the agenda for the board of governors meetings.


Hayward to enter draft Butler forward Gordon Hayward is going to enter the NBA draft but will not sign with an agent, allowing him to return to school if he withdraws his name by May 8. - AP

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