The Jets signed defenseman Toby Enstrom to a $28.75 million, five-year contract extension Friday. The 27-year-old, who could have become an unrestricted free agent next summer, had six goals and 27 assists in 62 games last season. The Swede is the Atlanta-Winnipeg franchise’s leader among defensemen in games (380), points (204), and assists (172) . . . The Senators bought out the $1.2 million contract of 25-year-old right wing Bobby Butler of Marlborough, who registered 17 points in 56 games as a second-year pro . . . The Kings hired former St. Louis head coach Davis Payne as an assistant coach. The Blues fired Payne Nov. 6 after nearly two years behind the bench. Payne will replace Jamie Kompon, who left the Kings for the same job with Chicago earlier this month . . . Erik Haula, a Minnesota Gopher, was cited for disorderly conduct for an incident in Stillwater, Minn., last weekend. The rising junior led the team last season with 49 points, scoring 20 goals and earning 29 assists. A police report says Haula was ‘‘extremely intoxicated’’ when he urinated outside the Freight House in Stillwater in view of others.
Chelsea captain charged with racial abuse
The English Football Association charged Chelsea captain John Terry with racially abusing an opponent, two weeks after he was cleared by a court of the same offense. The FA said it considered the evidence from the trial before charging Terry with directing abuse at QPR defender Anton Ferdinand in a Premier League match last October. Terry remains available to play for England and has until Aug. 3 to respond to the charge . . . The French Football Federation said it banned midfielder Samir Nasri for three matches because of his undisciplined behavior at the European Championship, including issuing an expletive-laced rant at a journalist and making a sarcastic gesture with his finger over his mouth and yelling ‘‘Shut your mouth!’’ at another journalist . . . The Seattle Sounders traded designated player Alvaro Fernandez to the Chicago Fire for allocation money, clearing the way for the signing of German midfielder Christian Tiffert as a designated player . . . Alvaro Saborio scored in both halves to help Real Salt Lake beat the Vancouver Whitecaps, 2-1, in Sandy, Utah . . . Barcelona and Javier Mascherano agreed to an extension that will keep the former Argentina captain with the club until 2016. The buyout clause will be set at $123 million . . . In Harrison, N.J., Bojan Krkic’s goal in the 62nd minute gave AS Roma a 2-1 exhibition victory over El Salvador, but the match was marred by three altercations, the most serious coming in the 80th minute when Panagiotis Tachtsidis tangled with a Salvadoran defender to incur a second shower of debris from the stands . . . Premier League champion Manchester City beat Arsenal, 2-0, in an exhibition in Beijing.
Seattle trying to drop Storm on investor
With the King County Council potentially taking a vote next Monday on a proposed new arena in Seattle, sticking points and possible concessions on traffic and the city’s lease agreement with the Seattle Storm are building with the City Council. Seattle city councilman Mike O’Brien said that officials continue to negotiate with investor Chris Hansen over changes to a proposed deal between the city and the private ownership group. Among the issues is the possibility of having Hansen’s ownership group take over the city’s current annual subsidy of the Seattle Storm, adding a wrinkle to the process. The city’s lease agreement with the Storm currently calls for a $300,000 payment each year as part of a revenue sharing agreement.
Bonds granted another delay in trial
Barry Bonds was granted a two-week delay in his appeal of his obstruction of justice conviction. A day after Bonds’s lawyers made the request, the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals postponed the deadline for his reply brief from next Thursday to Aug. 16. A jury found Bonds guilty in April 2011 of one count of obstruction of justice. He was sentenced in December to 30 days of house arrest, two years of probation, and a $4,000 fine. His initial brief was due March 21 and the government’s response on April 20, but both sides obtained extensions . . . Chicago police are investigating the shooting death of a former high school basketball standout who recently committed to play at Iona. Authorities said 22-year-old Michael Haynes was shot Thursday and died at the hospital. Family members say he was shot while trying to break up a fight near his home . . . In World TeamTennis, the Boston Lobsters lost, 21-13, to host Orange County and were eliminated from playoff contention . . . Two-time champion Sam Querrey ran his Farmers Classic winning streak to 11, and he’ll face Rajeev Ram in the semifinals in Los Angeles . . . In Kitzbuehel, Austria, top-seeded Philipp Kohlschreiber will face defending champ Robin Haase in the Bet-at-Home Cup final.