Philadelphia Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson is among several players the New York Jets have interest in.
Speaking Sunday at the NFL meetings in Orlando, Fla., Jets owner Woody Johnson said, "We're looking at a number of players, including DeSean."
The former Cal receiver could be made available by Philadelphia because he has a $10.25 million contract for the 2014 season, a price the Eagles might not be willing to pay. Jackson is signed through 2016.
The New York Daily News reported Sunday that the 49ers, Raiders, Seattle and New England have inquired about trading for Jackson, who had 82 catches for 1,332 yards last season.
Andy Murray reached the fourth round of the Sony Open by beating Feliciano Lopez 6-4, 6-1. The tournament is the first for the two-time Key Biscayne (Fla.) champion since he parted with Ivan Lendl, who coached Murray for two years. Murray was unhappy about the split and said Lendl will be difficult to replace. Also, Roger Federer beat qualifier Thiemo de Bakker 6-3, 6-3, and in women's play Venus Williams committed 44 unforced errors but had 11 aces and edged Casey Dellacqua 6-4, 5-7, 6-4.
Dax McCarty's goal in the 21st minute lifted New York to a 1-1 tie with host Chicago. The draw, played in 28 degree temperatures, kept each team winless at 0-1-2. Fire midfielder Jeff Larentowicz scored in the sixth minute.
Lionel Messi upstaged Cristiano Ronaldo on his own pitch to reassert Barcelona's Spanish league title credentials. Messi had a hat trick, including two penalties, as Barcelona won 4-3 over Real Madrid and now trails Atletico and Real by a point. Ronaldo also scored on a penalty kick.
The family of Navy running back Will McKamey says the freshman remained hospitalized after collapsing one day earlier at spring practice. In a statement released by the Naval Academy, the McKamey family said, "There is no new news. We still have only small responses from Will."