* Guidelines established for NFL teams looking to move to L.A.: Sensing for the first time in years that stadium issues are solvable in Los Angeles, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has established guidelines for a franchise’s potential move to the area. In a memo sent by the commissioner Friday and obtained by The Associated Press, Goodell said no single team has any “presumptive right” to play in Los Angeles and that only the league as a whole can make a decision on relocation. Any franchise interested in relocating there for the 2013 season must apply between Jan. 1 and Feb. 15 of that year, and prove it has exhausted all attempts to remain in its current location.
• Lions extend contract with coach Schwartz: The Detroit Lions have accomplished one more goal this offseason, keeping another cog in the franchise’s turnaround. Detroit and coach Jim Schwartz, who had one year left on his deal, agreed on a contract extension. Lions spokesman Bill Keenist said Friday night that the team won’t disclose details of the new contract. Schwartz and the team consistently refused to comment on negotiations this offseason.