Miami signs Parmalee to two-year deal
Miami Dolphins running back Bernie Parmalee, a former UPS driver who became an NFL star last season, signed a two-year contract with the team.
Financial terms for the unrestricted free agent weren't disclosed.
Elsewhere, the Phoenix Cardinals signed star lineman Duval Love. Love, an 11-year veteran, made the 1994 Pro Bowl.
Rapper stirs storm for Hurricanes
MIAMI -- A rap-music star who reportedly made incentive payments of up to $500 to Miami football players has threatened to tell all he knows unless the Hurricanes start Ryan Collins at quarterback.
Singer Luther Campbell and Collins, who are black, have suggested race is an issue in Miami's quarterback competition. Collins dueled for a starting job the past two seasons with Frank Costa, who is white.
Hanes rolls third 800 series
Mike Hanes of Niagara Falls bowled his 14th career 300 game and third 800 series in the Classic Mixed Trio League at Tonawanda.
Hanes had games of 217, 300 and 289 to finish with an 806 set.
Elsewhere, Rick Bender of Lancaster rolled his first 300 game to highlight a 695 set in the St. Peter & Paul Athletic Club league at Park Lanes. Bender's perfect game is only the fourth in the club's 77-year history.
Left-hander Chuck Nicosia of Buffalo rolled a 300 game to highlight a 765 set in the Friday Majors league at Mil-Sher Lanes.
Lefty Pat Brick of Tonawanda bowled his ninth 300 game and his second of the year in the Genesee Coke Mixed Classic League at Manor Lanes.