The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed free-agent quarterback Jeff Garcia and potentially nabbed even more competition for incumbent starter Chris Simms by obtaining the rights to Jake Plummer from Denver on Saturday. Garcia, a three-time Pro Bowl selection who nearly signed with the Bucs as a free agent in 2004, agreed to a two-year deal he hopes will give him a chance to finally get to the Super Bowl. San Francisco signed defensive tackle Aubrayo Franklin and re-signed wide receiver Bryan Gilmore. St. Louis signed wide receiver Drew Bennett, who led Tennessee last season with 46 catches for 737 yards. The Houston Texans signed Pro Bowl receiver Andre Johnson to a multiyear contract extension. NFL steroid caseThe NFL is looking into reports that a Pittsburgh Steelers doctor was on the customer list of a Florida pharmacy whose owners have been indicted by a grand jury in Albany, N.Y. League spokesman Greg Aiello said that the league routinely checks out reports about activities with drugs or other substances that involve NFL personnel. Records showed that Dr. Richard Rydze purchased about $150,000 in testosterone and human growth hormone. The purchase was made on Rydze’s personal credit card. The Steelers said after the disclosure that Rydze told them he made the purchase for his personal practice. Wooden AwardFlorida’s Joakim Noah, Ohio State’s Greg Oden, Wisconsin’s Alando Tucker and UCLA’s Arron Afflalo are among the 22 players on the ballot for the John R. Wooden Award as college basketball’s player of the year. Florida’s Corey Brewer and Taurean Green joined Noah on the ballot Saturday, making the defending national champion Gators the only team with more than one candidate. The winner will be announced April 7 at the Los Angeles Athletic Club. Freshmen are on the ballot for the second time in the award’s history, with Oden and Kevin Durant of Texas represented. The other candidates are LSU’s Glen Davis, Tennessee’s Chris Lofton, North Carolina’s Tyler Hansbrough, Nevada’s Nick Fazekas, Oklahoma State’s Mario Boggan, Oregon’s Aaron Brooks, Boston College’s Jared Dudley, Butler’s A.J. Graves, Pittsburgh’s Aaron Gray, Texas Tech’s Jarrius Jackson, Texas A&M’s Acie Law, Michigan State’s Drew Neitzel, Kansas’ Brandon Rush, Virginia’s Sean Singletary, and Florida State’s Al Thornton. For the first time, fans can vote for the winner, with their votes counting as one ballot toward the final tally. N.J. Devil suspended New Jersey forward Cam Janssen was suspended for three games by the NHL for his late hit on Toronto defenseman Tomas Kaberle. The hit happened during the second period of Toronto’s 4-3 shootout win Friday night. Kaberle made an uncontested pass in his own zone and was skating backward when Janssen checked him to the head about 3 seconds later. Kaberle fell and appeared to hit his head on the side boards. “There’s no correlation between Cam Janssen getting suspended three games and the Toronto Maple Leafs losing a key player like Tomas Kaberle at this time of year, especially after the trade deadline,” Leafs general manager John Ferguson said before Saturday’s game against Buffalo. “It’s as bad a hit that I’ve seen in a long, long time.” Kaberle was on the ice for several minutes and eventually was wheeled off after a neck brace was applied. “We don’t know how long (Kaberle will be out),” Ferguson said. “It’s too early to tell.” Referees Kelly Sutherland and Brad Watson didn’t call a penalty, and they refused to be interviewed after the game. Janssen will miss New Jersey’s games against Boston, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh and could return at Buffalo on March 10. He will forfeit $7,220.16 because of the suspension without pay. U.S. vs. Brazil The United States will play four-time winner Brazil at this summer’s FIFA Under-20 World Cup men’s soccer tournament. The U.S. team was grouped with Brazil, Poland and South Korea in Saturday’s draw for the 24-country event. As host, Canada automatically qualified and will play Chile in a group that includes Austria and Congo. Toronto, Burnaby, Victoria, Edmonton, Ottawa and Montreal will host the June 30-July 22 event, FIFA’s second-largest after the World Cup. The draw put Spain, Uruguay, Zambia and Jordan in Group B. Portugal will face Mexico in Group C, which includes New Zealand and Gambia. Argentina, Czech Republic, Argentina, North Korea and Panama are in Group E. Japan, Scotland, Nigeria and Costa Rica are in Group F. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Dielman agreed to stay with the Chargers at about the same time that another coveted guard, Eric Steinbach, signed a $49 million, seven-year deal to join Cleveland from Cincinnati. A person familiar with the terms said Dielman will get $39 million over six years. He requested anonymity because the contract had not yet been completed. Washington stayed busy, agreeing to terms with cornerback Fred Smoot. He’ll receive a signing bonus of at least $2 million, returning to the team he left two years ago before two tumultuous seasons with Minnesota. New England signed 35-year-old tight end Kyle Brady, who played for Jacksonville the last eight seasons and veteran backup running back Sammy Morris. Morris could replace Corey Dillon, who was released Friday. Tennessee released running back Travis Henry, who led the team with 1,211 yards rushing last season. He was flying to Denver to talk with the Broncos, but the Titans remained hopeful that they can lure him back after he checks out the market. In other major moves, Adalius Thomas signed with New England. Thomas led Baltimore with 11 sacks last year and played in the Pro Bowl, where the Patriots’ Bill Belichick was his coach for the AFC. Guard Kris Dielman re-signed with San Diego after making a trip to Seattle to test the market.