Transactions

TRANSACTIONS

December 30, 2004

Moves

Baseball

REDS: Agreed to terms with IF Luis Lopez and C Bobby Estalella on minor league contracts.

YANKEES: Signed free-agent P Jaret Wright, who had been with Braves, to three-year contract.

Basketball

BOBCATS: Activated C Jahidi White. Placed F Jamal Sampson on injured list.

HORNETS: Suspended G-F Jim Jackson indefinitely for not reporting to team, two days after he was acquired from Houston in trade.

Colleges

DELAWARE: Named Reid Watson women's assistant lacrosse coach.

GOUCHER: G James Russo named co-Capital Athletic Conference basketball player of week.

GUILFORD: Named Mike Ketchum assistant AD.

JACKSONVILLE: Dismissed C Joey Robinson from basketball team for violating team policy.

SAN JOSE STATE: Named Dick Tomey football coach.

ST. MARY'S: G Dan Engelstad named co-Capital Athletic Conference basketball player of week.

SYRACUSE: Fired football coach Paul Pasqualoni.

TEXAS: Agreed to 10-year contract with football coach Mack Brown.

USC: Announced that team will be without WR Fred Davis for Orange Bowl after freshman didn't make it back from Christmas break in time for trip to Florida.

Football

BENGALS: Placed RB Chris Perry on IR. Signed WR Matt Cherry from Jaguars' practice squad.

CHIEFS: Signed RB Jonathan Smith to practice squad.

COLTS: Placed LB Jim Nelson on IR. Signed QB Travis Brown from practice squad. Signed LB Andre Sommersell to practice squad.

COWBOYS: Announced retirement of S Darren Woodson.

EAGLES: Signed RB Eric McCoo from practice squad. Placed RB Thomas Tapeh on IR with dislocated hip. Signed WR Carlos Perez to practice squad.

PACKERS: Signed WR Mike Marker and CB Art Smith to practice squad.

PATRIOTS: Re-signed S Je'Rod Cherry. Re-signed S Omare Lowe to practice squad.

REDSKINS: Placed RB Clinton Portis, LB LaVar Arrington and CB Ade Jimoh on IR. Released TE Dan Godspeed. Signed DE Melvin Williams and TE Kori Dickerson and signed RB Dahrran Diedrick and CB Rufus Brown from practice squad.

Soccer

MISL: Will announce today that the San Diego Sockers and Monterrey (Mexico) Fury are out of business. To hold dispersal draft for defunct franchises.

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