Rangers smack five home runs in win vs. Mariners (1:32)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones said the Las Vegas incident involving Ezekiel Elliott will not impact the potential negotiations for a long-term contract for the running back. Jones said the team is gathering information on the situation but he did not comment much more in depth.

Will Elliott's Vegas incident affect his contract talks? (0:36)
24 MLS goals in 90 seconds (1:33)

Schefter Podcast: Darren Woodson, Jaylon Smith

Adam Schefter talks to Darren Woodson about his final day at ESPN, lessons he's learned in his post-football career and more (:45). Plus, Cowboys LB Jaylon Smith talks about becoming one of the game's young defensive stars, making a difference in the community and much more (22:18).

Rangers battle back to walk-off in the 10th (0:41)
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UNLV adds grad transfers Shibel, Mitrou-Long

Graduate transfers Elijah Mitrou-Long, who averaged 5.6 PPG for Texas last season, and Vitaliy Shibel, who played 17 games at Arizona State, will be eligible to play for UNLV next season.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaylon Smith has spent most of his offseason back at Notre Dame, taking 21 hours of classes. On Sunday, he will earn his degree in Film and Television. “A wonderful experience,” Smith said Wednesday night at the Reliant Home Run Debry at Dr Pepper Ballpark. “When I left after my junior year I promised my mom that I would go back and finish, so finishing my third year with the Cowboys, it was time. So 21 hours, it was very stressful, but life changing. I'm excited to walk across the stage this weekend.”