Florida State's Jameis Winston showed Saturday there's nothing wrong with his throwing shoulder.

On Saturday in Indianapolis, he threw with zip and accuracy — posting the most impressive performance in a six-quarterback group that also included Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota. Winston, the 2013 Heisman winner, and Mariota are presumed to be vying to go No. 1 in the April draft.

"I think he throws an extremely catchable ball. Has all the arm strength you want, but he makes it easy for the receiver based on the route," NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock said. "He understands that, he gets it."

The workouts came one day after ESPN reported doctors were rechecking Winston's throwing shoulder for weakness, and the best news of all may have been that Winston said his right arm felt great.

He didn't even ice the arm following the workout.

"I actually feel good," Winston told NFL Network following the workout. "The thing is they actually [put a] shot in my shoulder and made it sore a little bit. I was like, 'You all tried to do that. I've done had this shoulder my whole life and you're going to make it sore.' "

Mariota threw well, too, but wasn't quite as accurate as Winston. The Oregon quarterback had the fastest 40-yard dash time among all 15 quarterbacks, 4.52 seconds.


Reinstated: Goalkeeper Hope Solo by U.S. Soccer after a 30-day suspension. The team was 1-1 in matches during Solo's absence. U.S. Soccer said she was reinstated after a "formal review."

Escaped injury: Lindsey Vonn, who crashed into the safety netting during her opening run in the giant slalom at a women's World Cup ski event in Maribor, Slovenia.

Advanced: Donald Young to Sunday's final of the Delray Beach (Fla.) Open. The former world No. 1 junior has never won an ATP title. In fact, he has played in only one other final.


Giants' Bochy expected back in camp

San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy is likely to return to the team's spring training complex on Sunday in Scottsdale, Ariz.

The 59-year-old Bochy was released from the hospital late Friday after undergoing a heart procedure. He had two stents inserted into arteries leading to his heart.

Williams and Farrell update contracts

The Washington Nationals exercised the 2016 option on manager Matt Williams' contract, and the Boston Red Sox announced that manager John Farrell's contract had been extended through the 2017 season, with a team option for 2018.


Goosen, at 46, sits atop leaderboard

Retief Goosen made only two pars on the back nine at Riviera and survived a day of wild shots and bad breaks for a 2-under 69 to take a two-shot lead into the final round of the Northern Trust Open.

The 46-year-old Goosen wasn't sure how his nerves would hold up because he had not been a 36-hole leader in more than four years, and he is approaching the six-year anniversary of his last victory.

Goosen was at 8-under 205, two shots clear of Graham DeLaet of Canada, who had a 70.

Two tied for lead at Women's Australian Open

World No. 1 Lydia Ko of New Zealand and Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn shot 1-under 72s to share the lead after the third round of the Women's Australian Open at Royal Melbourne.

Ko and Jutanugarn had 54-hole totals of 7-under 212, one better than South Korea's Amy Yang, who shot 70.


Horse racing: Itsaknockout won the $400,000 Besilu Stables Fountain of Youth at Gulfstream Park on Saturday after first-place finisher Upstart was disqualified to second following a steward's inquiry and jockey objection. Itsaknockout earned 50 points toward becoming eligible for the Kentucky Derby. The top 20 points earners in designated races will be eligible for the May 2 race at Churchill Downs.

Downhill skiing: Olympic champion Matthias Mayer led an Austrian 1-2-3 finish in a World Cup race on home snow, marking the first such sweep in nine years for the once dominant "Wunderteam." The feat came exactly 14 days after an Austrian failed to place in the top 10 of the men's downhill at the world championships in Colorado.

Memorabilia: A rare century-old signed photo of Shoeless Joe Jackson and the gloves worn by Muhammad Ali and Sonny Liston fetched over $1.1 million at an auction in New York City. The gloves sold for $956,000.


3:18Local time (a.m.) in which Rafael Nadal's quarterfinal match ended at the Rio Open. The top-seeded Nadal beat No. 6-seeded Pablo Cuevas of Uruguay 4-6, 7-5, 6-0. Sixteen hours later, Nadal lost to No. 4 Fabio Fognini of Italy in the semifinals 1-6, 6-2, 7-5.