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March 03, 2005

Moves

Baseball

ASTROS: Agreed to one-year contracts with P Brad Lidge, 3B Morgan Ensberg, SS Adam Everett and OF Jason Lane.

DODGERS: Agreed to one-year contracts with IF Antonio Perez, former Orioles OF Jayson Werth and OF Cody Ross.

MARLINS: Renewed contract of OF Miguel Cabrera.

RANGERS: Agreed to $6 million, two-year contract with P Ryan Drese. Signed P Ricardo Rodriguez to one-year contract. Resigned OF Kevin Mench and OF Laynce Nix to one-year contracts.

TIGERS: Agreed to one-year contracts with P Jeremy Bonderman, P Gary Knotts, P Colby Lewis, P Wil Ledezma, P Mike Maroth, P Nate Robertson, P Chris Spurling, IF Omar Infante, IF Chris Shelton, IF Jason Smith, OF Nook Logan, OF Craig Monroe and OF Marcus Thames.

Basketball

NBA: Fined Wizards G Gilbert Arenas $7,500 for criticizing the referees after Sunday game against Kings. Fined Bulls F-C Tyson Chandler $10,000 for directing obscene gesture toward official in game Tuesday. Suspended Hawks G Tyronn Lue one game for punching Nuggets F Eduardo Najera in game Tuesday.

BUCKS: Activated C Daniel Santiago from injured list.

JAZZ: Placed F Carlos Boozer on injured list with strained right foot.

NETS: Waived C Elden Campbell.

76ERS: Placed F Jamal Mashburn on injured list with right knee injury. Activated G John Salmons from injured list.

TRAIL BLAZERS: Fired coach Maurice Cheeks. Named director of player personnel Kevin Pritchard interim coach.

COMETS (WNBA): Signed F Tracy Reid.

STORM (WNBA): Re-signed G Betty Lennox.

Colleges

GOUCHER: Garrett Smith was named 2004-05 men's basketball Player of Year in Capital Athletic Conference. Smith and Trevor Quinn (Severna Park) made 2004-05 All-CAC men's basketball team. Brandon Harris was named CAC men's tennis Player of the Week. Chris Webber was named CAC men's lacrosse Co-Player of the Week.

KENTUCKY: Named Rick Petri defensive line coach.

MARYLAND: C Crystal Langhorne was named to ACC women's basketball all-freshman team.

SAINT LOUIS: Fired women's basketball coach Jill Pizzotti.

SALISBURY: G Segun Odumeru was named to All-CAC men's basketball second team. P Lacey Lister was named CAC Softball Player of the Week.

SOUTHERN UTAH: Signed men's basketball coach Bill Evans to two-year contract extension through 2006-07 season.

TOWSON: OF Nina Navarro was named CAA Rookie of the Week.

Football

BENGALS: Re-signed WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh to four-year contract.

BROWNS: Traded DT Gerard Warren to Broncos for 2005 fourth-round draft pick. Signed G Joe Andruzzi to four-year contract.

BUCCANEERS: Signed K Matt Bryant.

COLTS: Released TE Marcus Pollard.

COWBOYS: Signed CB Anthony Henry, who had been with Browns.

DOLPHINS: Re-signed TE-LS Ed Perry to five-year contract.

EAGLES: Agreed to two-year contract with RB Correll Buckhalter.

JAGUARS: Re-signed LS Joe Zelenka. Signed former Ravens DT Martin Chase. Named Mark Michaels assistant special teams coach.

JETS: Waived CB Roderick Bryant.

LIONS: Re-signed S Bracy Walker to a one-year contract.

RAIDERS: Acquired WR Randy Moss from Vikings for LB Napoleon Harris, a 2005 first-round pick and a 2005 seventh-round pick. Waived RB Tyrone Wheatley and DT John Parrella.

RAMS: Signed LB Dexter Coakley, who had been released by Cowboys, to five-year contract.

RAVENS: Agreed to five-year contract with WR Derrick Mason, who had been released by Titans.

REDSKINS: Signed LT Chris Samuels to seven-year contract extension. Re-signed DT Joe Salave'a. Signed C Casey Rabach, who had been with Ravens.

VIKINGS: Agreed to terms with DT Pat Williams.

Hockey

NHL BOARD OF GOVERNORS: Approved 50-percent sale of Canucks to Francesco Aquilini.

Track and field

U.S. ANTI-DOPING AGENCY: Suspended marathoner Deeja Youngquist two years for doping violation.

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