Transactions

TRANSACTIONS

October 19, 2004

Moves

Baseball

ANGELS: Requested unconditional release waivers on IF Adam Riggs.

ROCKIES: Declined option on P Steve Reed for 2005 season.

Basketball

CAVALIERS: Waived G Jimmie Hunter and G David Jackson.

NUGGETS: Signed G DerMarr Johnson.

PISTONS: Waived C Nigel Dixon and F Terrence Shannon.

76ERS: Waived G Nate James.

SPURS: Waived G Valter Monteiro.

MARYLAND NIGHTHAWKS (ABA): Signed G Jamal Shivers.

Colleges

CINCINNATI: Announced men's basketball F Mike Pilgrim has decided to transfer.

ILLINOIS: Got oral commitment from G Chester Frazier (Lake Clifton) to play basketball.

JOHNS HOPKINS: QB Zach DiIonno named Centennial Conference football offensive player of week and CB Adam Colicchio named Centennial Conference co-defensive player of week.

LOYOLA: Kevin Nash named Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference men's soccer offensive player of week and Frank Spanos named MAAC rookie of week.

LYCOMING: Named Adrienne Wydra women's assistant basketball coach and Isaac Willis and Brian Haas men's assistant basketball coaches.

NORTH DAKOTA STATE: Suspended PK Cory Vartanian indefinitely from football team.

SALISBURY: FB Leroy Satchell named Atlantic Central Football Conference offensive player of week.

TENNESSEE: Suspended DB Brandon Johnson and DB Chris Heath indefinitely for violation of team rules.

UMBC: M Powell Cucchiella (Baltimore, Eastern Tech) named America East men's soccer co-player of week and M Matt Watson named co-rookie of week. Kersha Walker named America East women's soccer co-rookie of week.

Football

NFL: Suspended Broncos TE Dwayne Carswell one game for violating personal conduct policy.

BILLS: Signed WR George Wilson to practice squad.

RAIDERS: Traded WR Jerry Rice to Seahawks, pending physical and league approval.

RAVENS: Signed WR Patrick Johnson.

Soccer

BLAST: G Sagu named MISL goalkeeper of week. D Neil Gilbert named defensive player of week. Giuliano Celenza named offensive player of week.

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