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Andre DysonESPN.com’s Len Pasquarelli is reporting that the Seattle Seahawks have signed former Ute Andre Dyson to a five-year, $17.5 million contract. The deal reportedly contains $6 million in guaranteed money, a figure that includes $3 million in the form of a signing bonus. The corner back is the second starting defensive back to depart from the Tennessee Titans during this year’s offseason.

FootballThe U football team finishes its spring practices this weekend with the annual Red-White game this Saturday at noon in Rice-Eccles Stadium. Admission to the Red-White game is free. The public is also welcome to watch the team practice Friday afternoon from 4:15 to 5:15 p.m. at McCarthey Practice Fields free of charge.Hot Ticket 700 will broadcast the Red-White game with a pre-game show beginning at 11:30 a.m.

GolfJunior Steve Newren won the individual title at the University of Wyoming Cowboy Classic and the U golf team finished fifth overall. Newren shot 68 in the first round, 69 in the second and 70 in the final round to finish 3-under-par. Newren barely won the title by shooting even-par on the final day. Two golfers finished with cumulative scores of 2-under-par: UTEP’s Trent Rommann and Wyoming’s Eric Bailey. The tournament used a three-round format over a two-day period.Next up the U golf team heads to Provo for the 2005 Cougar Classic April 22-23. The golfers will play 36 holes Friday and 18 holes Saturday. It will be played on the par-72 Riverside Country Club. A total of 19 teams will participate.

TrackThe U track team was split up at two different venues last weekend as several athletes attempted to set qualifying marks for the upcoming NCAA regionals.Senior Candice Workman-Ekberg had an incredible performance at the Pomona Invitational, where she set a new school record in the discus, and earned NCAA qualifying marks in the discus and the shot put. Dual sport superstar sophomore Amanda Feigt finished the Mt. Sac Relays with an NCAA qualifying mark in the long jump.This weekend the squad will split up as a majority of the track athletes head to Provo for the BYU Clarence Robison Invitational while a select few head to Eugene, Ore., for the Oregon Invitational.