New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez remained free Saturday, even as reports mounted that an arrest warrant has been prepared to charge him with interfering with the investigation into the shooting death of a man who was dating his girlfriend's sister.

Police spent four hours at Hernandez's home in North Attleboro, Mass., on Saturday. Police also had searched the home Tuesday and Wednesday.

ABC News reported Hernandez and Odin Lloyd, 27, a semipro player, had been together at several nightclubs last weekend, including the night before Lloyd's body was found less than a mile from Hernandez's home Monday.

Multiple reports indicate Hernandez destroyed his cell phone and home security system. Investigators were also probing reports that he hired a crew to clean the home.

  • Offensive tackle Luke Joeckel, the No. 2 overall draft pick out of Texas A&M, signed a five-year deal with Jacksonville.

    Motor sports

    Pole-sitter AJ Allmendinger slid past Justin Allgaier with seven laps to go, then defended his lead through a restart and two green-white-checkered finishes to win the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Road America (Wis.). Allgaier was second in the 55-lap race at the 4.048-mile road course.

  • IndyCar Series leader Helio Castroneves claimed the pole for Sunday's race at Iowa Speedway in Newton but will start 11th after an unapproved engine change. Penske teammate Will Power will start first. This is the second straight year the field was seeded by heat races at the 0.875-mile oval.

  • Allan Simonsen died at the 24 Hours of Le Mans -- the first driver fatality at the race since 1997. Simonsen, 34, crashed his Aston Martin just 10 minutes into the race. His partner Carina, the mother to their 1-year-old daughter, made a "specific request" that Aston Martin Racing continue the race.

    Track and field

    Brianna Rollins, a standout at Clemson before turning pro this month, broke an American record in the women's 100-meter hurdles at the U.S. outdoor championships in Des Moines, Iowa. She finished in 12.26 seconds to break Gail Devers' mark of 12.33 set in 2000. Also, 17-year-old Mary Cain (4:28.76) was second in the women's 1,500 to earn a spot at the world championships in Moscow in August. She was edged by Treniere Moser (4:28.62).

    Soccer

    Kyle Beckerman scored right before halftime and Robbie Findley added another just after it to lift Real Salt Lake (9-5-3 MLS) to a 2-0 win over Seattle (6-5-3). RSL moved into first in the Western Conference. ... Andrew Jacobson and Walker Zimmerman scored late in regulation to lift FC Dallas (8-3-5) into a 2-2 tie with Sporting Kansas City (6-5-5).

  • Fred had two goals as host Brazil (3-0) beat Italy (2-1) 4-2 in Salvador at the Confederations Cup. Both teams had already advanced to the semifinals. Javier Hernandez scored twice, sending Mexico (1-2) home with a 2-1 win over Japan (0-3).

    WNBA

    Courtney Paris and Nicole Powell had 11 points each, and Tulsa (3-7) routed Seattle (4-4) 92-70.

    The Associated Press contributed to this report.