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March 11, 1995

Baseball

Chicago White Sox -- Minor-league OF Michael Jordan announced his retirement.

Cleveland Indians -- Extended their player development contract with the Canton-Akron Indians of the Double-A Eastern League for two years through 1998.

Basketball

Boston Celtics -- Signed G James Blackwell to a second 10-day contract.

Los Angeles Lakers -- Signed F Randolph Keys to a second 10-day contract.

Washington Bullets -- Activated G Rex Chapman from the injured list. Placed F Larry Stewart (Coppin State) on the injured list.

Rockford Lightning (CBA) -- Signed former four-time NBA All Star and former Bullets C Ralph Sampson as a player/assistant coach.

Fort Wayne Fury (CBA) -- Placed F Sean Tyson (Dunbar) on the injured list.

Nike/Lady Foot Locker -- Named Western senior F Chanel Wright and 19 others to the girls high school All-America team. Wright, who signed with North Carolina, will compete in the all-star game at 3 p.m. April 15 in Altoona, Pa.

Colleges

Baker -- Named Steve Schottel football coach.

Liberty -- Named George MacIntyre defensive coordinator.

Football

Arizona Cardinals -- Re-signed DE Chadrick Brown to a one-year contract.

Carolina Panthers -- Agreed to terms with KR Vernon Turner.

Chicago Bears -- Re-signed unrestricted free-agent WR Greg McMurtry.

Dallas Cowboys -- Signed S Greg Tremble.

Denver Broncos -- Signed unrestricted free-agent RB Aaron Craver, who had been with the Miami Dolphins. Signed T Broderick Thompson.

Houston Oilers -- Signed unrestricted free-agent QB Chris Chandler, who had been with the Los Angeles Rams.

Kansas City Chiefs -- Announced they have matched the two-year offer by the Jacksonville Jaguars made to OT Ricky Siglar.

Miami Dolphins -- Signed unrestricted free-agent TE Eric Green, who had been with the Pittsburgh Steelers, to a six-year contract.

New Orleans Saints -- Signed unrestricted free-agent LB Rufus Porter, a two-time Pro Bowl player for the Seattle Seahawks, to a three-year contract.

New York Giants -- Signed DL Ray Agnew to a four-year contract. Extended an offer sheet to restricted free-agent DT Robert Harris of the Minnesota Vikings.

San Francisco 49ers -- Signed DT Oliver Barnett and P Tommy Thompson. Waived FB Marc Logan.

Washington Redskins -- Re-signed unrestricted free-agent CB Darrell Green.

B.C. Lions (CFL) -- Signed QB Danny McManus to a two-year contract.

Hockey

Buffalo Sabres -- Announced the resignation of VP of operations Gerry Meehan, effective July 31.

Chicago Blackhawks -- Acquired holdout C Murray Craven (15 goals, 40 assists last season) from the Vancouver Canucks for C Christian Ruuttu (2 goals, 5 assists this year). Signed Craven to a multi-year contract.

Los Angeles Kings -- Recalled C Yanic Perreault and D Chris Snell from IHL Phoenix.

Montreal Canadiens -- Announced that C Sebastien Bordeleau has agreed to a three-year contract.

New York Rangers -- Signed F Peter Ferraro and F Chris Ferraro and assigned them to AHL Binghamton. Sent F Jim Hiller on loan from Binghamton to IHL Atlanta. Sent LW Mike Hartman on loan to IHL Detroit.

St. Louis Blues -- Announced that LW Basil McRae has been reassigned to IHL Peoria for conditioning.

Vancouver Canucks -- Recalled D John Namestnikov from AHL Syracuse.

Washington Capitals -- Suspended G Byron Dafoe, who had been on loan to IHL Phoenix, after he refused to report to AHL Portland.

Colonial Hockey League -- Awarded a franchise to Quad Cities to begin play in 1995-96.

Soccer

MLS -- Signed M-D Paul Bravo.

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