06:45 Sportscast May 5, 2015

The Baton Rouge Police Department says after their interview Monday with former LSU Tiger La’el Collins, he is still not a suspect in the April 24th murder of Brittney Mills. Corporal Don Coppola says Collins is fully cooperating…

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Cops say Mills was 8 months pregnant when she was gunned down in her home and the baby, Brenton, died a week later.

Collins continues to be without a team after last week’s NFL draft. However, it is reported that Collins had a visit from Buffalo Bills head Coach Rex Ryan last night. Over the past few days, Collins is reported to have received interest from almost every NFL team.

Meanwhile, the Saints have signed 13 undrafted free agents. After not drafting a wide receiver, they signed two yesterday, Malcolme Kennedy of Texas A-and-M and R-J Harris of New Hampshire.

In other NFL news, former Louisiana Tech standout Houston Bates has accepted minicamp invites from the Houston Texans and Washington Redskins. Former Grambling quarterback DJ Williams will get a tryout with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Southeastern Louisiana linebacker Drew Misita will participate in the Steelers’ minicamp, while wide receiver Chris Malott will get a chance with the Green Bay Packers.

A light schedule today in college baseball: McNeese hits the road to take on the University of Houston and Grambling State hosts Alcorn State.

Seven state softball champions were crowned at the Fast Pitch 56 tournament in Sulphur. Hackberry is the Class C champion, while Florien claimed the Class B title. Central Catholic is the 1-A champ and Menard won the 2-A championship. In Class 3-A, John Curtis claimed their fourth consecutive title. North Desoto claimed the 4-A championship and Sam Houston took home the trophy in Class 5-A.