Today's top sports stories:

The Detroit Tigers extended Cy Young and MVP winner Justin Verlander for a record $180 million through 2019. The deal also has a vesting option which could push its value past $202 million. [ESPN]

In another major contract agreement, defending National League MVP and former Rookie of the Year Buster Posey signed a nine-year $167 million deal to remain with the San Francisco Giants. The deal comes up a bit short of Joe Mauer's $184 million deal, but set various other new standards for such a young player. [Fox Sports]

The Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Winnipeg Jets, 4-0, for their 14th-straight victory. Whew. With the Miami Heat finally losing this week, we were almost out of ridiculously long winning streaks. [Post-Gazette]

The NCAA Tournament rolls on tonight, with the final Sweet 16 matchups. Everyone's new favorite school, Florida Gulf Coast, takes on its intrastate rival, the Florida Gators, in the last of four intriguing matchups. [CBS]

Undefeated WBC lightweight champion Adrien Broner paid a woman $200 to let him cut in line ahead of her at the DMV. Rich boxers will do what rich boxers will do, apparently. [GuySpeed]