BaseballDetroit Tigers -- Recalled P Scott Aldred (8-8...


July 17, 1991


Detroit Tigers -- Recalled P Scott Aldred (8-8, 4.05 ERA with Class AAA Toledo).


Miami Heat -- Named Bob Staak assistant coach.

New Jersey Nets -- Announced vice president and CEO Robert Casciola is leaving team to become executive director of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame.

Empire State Stallions (USBL) -- Signed F Fernando Sanders. Waived G Dwight Moody.


U.S. Amateur Boxing Federation -- Announced that the 1992 Olympic boxing trials would be held in Worcester, Mass., with

the box-offs to be held in Phoenix.


Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference -- Announced the resignation of men's basketball supervisor of officials Joe DeBonis.

Boston University -- Named Brian Doyle assistant soccer coach.

Fairleigh Dickinson -- Named Fred Hill men's assistant basketball coach.

Fordham -- Named Mark Lugris men's assistant soccer coach.

Harvard -- Named Paulo Dias men's assistant soccer coach.


NFL -- Named John Wooten director of player programs.

Cincinnati Bengals -- Signed CB Eric Thomas.

Cleveland Browns -- Agreed to contract terms with G Ed King, second-round draft choice from Auburn.

Detroit Lions -- Signed DB Kevin Scott to a multiyear contract.

Green Bay Packers -- Agreed to terms with QBs Anthony Dilweg and Blair Kiel on 2-year contracts. Agreed to terms with CB Vinnie Clark, first-round draft pick from Ohio State, on a 4-year contract.

Los Angeles Rams -- Signed CB Robert Bailey, OT Neal Fort, FB Tyrone Shelton, LB Pat Tyrance and RB Ernie Thompson.

New England Patriots -- Signed RB Jon Vaughn, CB David Key and C Gene Chilton.

New York Giants -- Agreed to contract terms with QB Jeff Hostetler.

New York Jets -- Signed RB Al Baker. Agreed to terms with LB Troy Johnson. Placed WR JoJo Townsell, LB Dannie Lockett, QB Troy Taylor, RB A.B. Brown and CB Dennis Price on the physically-unable-to-perform list.

Phoenix Cardinals -- Signed OT Luis Sharpe, LB Garth Jax and RB Terrence Flagler.

Pittsburgh Steelers -- Agreed to terms with TE Adrian Cooper.

San Diego Chargers -- Signed S Floyd Fields.

San Francisco 49ers -- Signed OT Bubba Paris to a 1-year contract. Signed LB Bill Romanowski to a 2-year contract. Placed P Barry Helton (groin-muscle injury) on the physically-unable-to-perform list. Released NT Byron Holdbrooks.

Seattle Seahawks -- Signed TE Mike Tice (Maryland) to a 1-year contract.

Washington Redskins -- Waived free-agent DL Webbie Burnett and replaced him with free-agent LB Kevin Woolfolk.


Boston Bruins -- Named Mike O'Connell, coach of the IHL's San Diego Gulls, assistant coach.


Kansas City Comets (MSL) -- Announced the team will end operations immediately.

Track and field

The Athletics Congress -- Reduced the suspensions of distance runner Kathy Franey to 6 months and decathlete Gary Kinder to 3 months. Both had been suspended two years for failing to appear for drug testing the week of March 11 as part of TAC's year-round, out-of-competition testing program.

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