Today's top sports stories:

Michael Vick has agreed to restructure his contract in order to remain a Philadelphia Eagle. This contract (one year, $10 million) is a bit smaller than his old one (five years, $80 million), and Vick isn't even guaranteed the starting QB job under new head coach Chip Kelly. [S.I.]

Indiana stayed in the top spot in the A.P. men's basketball poll despite losing to Illinois early last week. This is the first time in six weeks the number one team has managed to maintain its position. [Bloomberg]

Pitchers and catchers are set to report this week to baseball spring training, which sounds great because that means winter is almost over, finally. Here's a look at the biggest stories around the cactus and grapefruit leagues. [ESPN]

The family of disgraced Penn State head football coach Joe Paterno has responded to the extensive report compiled by former director of the FBI Louis Freeh. Take a look at what the response got right and what it got wrong. [Deadspin]

Boston Red Sox outfield prospect Bryce Brentz went and Plaxico'd himself. (That means he shot himself in the leg.) He'll likely be ready at some point in spring training instead of heading off to jail like the former Giants wide receiver, so we guess it's not totally the same thing. [GuySpeed]