Sports in Brief: Khabibulin has stiffer DUI case

Edmonton Oilers goalie Nikolai Khabibulin is facing an additional charge of extreme drunken driving in Arizona stemming from his arrest earlier this month.

In Arizona, the charge of extreme drunken driving can be brought when a motorist's blood-alcohol level exceeds 0.15 percent. The charge is a misdemeanor with a maximum jail sentence of six months.

Khabibulin's pretrial hearing is scheduled for March 16. The goalie is already facing charges of drunken driving and excessive speeding in connection with the arrest on Feb. 8 in Scottsdale, Ariz.

PRO FOOTBALL: The Arizona Cardinals will release safety Antrel Rolle, a former first-round pick, ESPN. com reported yesterday, citing a league source.

Adam "Pacman" Jones, who was out of pro football last year after his release from the Dallas Cowboys in February 2009, will work out for NFL scouts on March 19 at Tulane University in New Orleans, NFL.com reported.

The Detroit Lions have spoken to the San Diego Chargers about acquiring cornerback Antonio Cromartie, the Detroit Free Press reported. Cromartie, 25, had 10 interceptions in 2007 but only five in the last two seasons.

SOCCER: Wayne Rooney scored his 28th goal of the club season as Manchester United retained the English League Cup with a 2-1 win over Aston Villa in Wembley.

TENNIS: Bob and Mike Bryan moved into second place on the open-era doubles titles list when they won their 58th career crown at the Delray Beach (Fla.) International with a 6-3, 7-6 (3) victory over Philipp Marx and Igor Zelenay.

TRACK AND FIELD: Terrence Trammell won his fifth title at the USA Indoor Championships in Albuquerque, N.M. Trammell, who took silver in the 110 hurdles at the 2000 and 2004 Olympics, won the 60-meter hurdles in 7.41 seconds.

Ivory Williams won the 60- meter dash in 6.49 seconds, the fastest time in the world this year. Debbie Dunn's winning 400 time of 50.86 seconds was the fifth-fastest by a U.S. women.

Temple's Tim Boeni was eighth in the men's long jump at 24 feet, 51/2 inches. Shameka Marshall was seventh in the women's long jump, at 20-71/4.

- Staff and wire reports