MAKING NEWSaguayo lands on panthers' practice squadThe Panthers signed Roberto Aguayo to their practice squad Wednesday, providing the former Bucs and Florida State kicker a path to restart his career after being released by Tampa Bay in the preseason. Aguayo was one of several kickers who worked out Tuesday with Graham Gano coping with a knee injury. Coach Ron Rivera said Aguayo is an "insurance policy" in case Gano can't play against the Bucs on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium. Aguayo called his NFL journey humbling — from 2016 second-round draft pick, to his release to a practice squad. "You go back to basics," he said. "It felt good to regroup, and then with the opportunity I had (with Carolina), I did well. … It's great to be here."Land swap offered for Rays parkNow with sights on a new Rays stadium in Tampa's Channel District-Ybor City area, Hillsborough County is offering property owners in that area a chance to exchange their parcels for government-controlled land near downtown. 1A• Matt Silverman returns to broader role with Rays. 7Coh, laneGet this guy a standup routineLane Kiffin is funny. After Louisville junior QB/reigning Heisman Trophy winner/Pompano Beach native Lamar Jackson posted a photo of he with his mother on Twitter, the Florida Atlantic coach commented on it "Come home for her. #thefaU." He also commented "come to the #faU" on another Jackson tweet. FAU's Boca Raton campus is about 15 minutes from Pompano Beach. Kiffin eventually deleted both comments, given that they could be seen as violating recruiting rules, even if he was joking. And maybe he was. Kiffin has also tried to recruit the Steelers' Antonio Brown and Kim Kardashian.sore loserVideo-game loss breaks UNC's BerryNorth Carolina senior point guard Joel Berry II broke his right hand last week by punching a door after losing a video game to teammate Theo Pinson and a manager. "He did a silly thing," coach Roy Williams told ESPN. "That's what it was. One of his greatest characteristics is his competitiveness." Pinson said Berry broke his hand while playing NBA 2K18. number of the day$11.132M Salary this season for Alabama's Nick Saban, topping USA Today's college football coaching salary database, released Wednesday. Clemson's Dabo Swinney is second at $8.5 million. Among the state coaches: FSU's Jimbo Fisher, No. 6, $5.7M; UF's Jim McElwain, No. 15, $4.457M; UCF's Scott Frost, No. 56, $2M; USF's Charlie Strong, No. 77, $1M.