Today's top sports stories:

After some issues arose about the condition of Felix Hernandez's elbow (a valuable body part for a pitcher), he and the Mariners have finally agreed on that seven-year $175 million dollar contract. [MLB]

Four freshman players on the University of Alabama football team were suspended Tuesday. Eddie Williams, D.J. Pettway and Tyler Hayes allegedly attacked and robbed another student; the fourth, Brent Calloway, was charged with credit card fraud. [News Herald]

Wresting, one of the original Olympic sports, was cut from competition in the 2020 games. The International Olympic Committee has been reviewing all sports to determine whether they will be continued. [Yahoo]

Chicago Bulls point guard and defending NBA Most Valuable Player Derrick Rose told USA Today he was "far away" from returning from his torn ACL suffered late last season. His coach, Tom Thibodeau, dismissed the news, saying, “He’s right where he should be, right on schedule.” [Chicago Tribune]

In Colorado, a high school basketball player made an 80-foot-shot. The best part? It's on a bounce. [GuySpeed]