McCoy gets big Bucks from Bills…Eagles pick up Gore, Maxwell…Harvick wins in Vegas

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Running back LeSean McCoy has a new team and a new contract after he and the Buffalo Bills agreed to restructure his previous deal. McCoy’s agent confirmed in a text to The Associated Press that McCoy has accepted a five-year, $40 million contract that will make him the NFL’s highest-paid running back. The agreement was reached five days after the Bills reached a deal to acquire McCoy from the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for linebacker Kiko Alonso.

UNDATED (AP) — Two people familiar with the moves say five-time Pro Bowl running back Frank Gore and cornerback Byron Maxwell have agreed to contracts with the Philadelphia Eagles, deals that can’t be announced until the NFL’s new season begins Tuesday afternoon. Gore leaves the San Francisco 49ers as the franchise’s all-time leading rusher after 10 seasons. Maxwell started 17 games for the Seattle Seahawks over the last two seasons and played opposite All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman.

LAST VEGAS (AP) — Defending Sprint Cup champ Kevin Harvick has continued his hot streak by winning at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, leading 142 of 267 laps in beating Martin Truex Jr. Harvick has six consecutive two-two finishes dating to last season, including second-place runs in the first two races of the season. Ryan Newman finished third and was followed by Dale Earnhardt Jr. in a Chevrolet sweep of the top four spots.

DORAL, Fla. (AP) — Dustin Johnson’s steady play allowed him to win the PGA’s Cadillac Championship at Doral after J.B. Holmes and Bubba Watson stumbled. Johnson finished one shot ahead of Holmes by closing with a 3-under 69 and a 9-under total. Holmes lost a five-shot lead in the final round, and Watson was up by two strokes before carding three bogeys in a four-hole stretch to finish two shots back.

GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) — The United States was eliminated by Britain in the opening round of Davis Cup when Andy Murray beat John Isner (IHZ’-nur) in straight sets to give the Brits an unassailable 3-1 lead. The fifth-ranked Murray overcame a wobbly start in the first reverse singles to win 7-6, 6-3, 7-6 Sunday in Glasgow, Scotland, and clinch a first-round victory over the Americans for the second straight year.