Baseball Atlanta Braves -- Named Dave Wilder baseball operations assistant.
New York Knicks -- Named Chris Brienza director of public relations.
Bowie State -- Named Taft Hickman men's basketball coach.
Spectrum -- Name of Philadelphia arena was changed to CoreStates Spectrum.
Dallas Cowboys -- Signed RB Lincoln Coleman to a two-year contract. Released RB Lindsay Chapman.
Green Bay Packers -- Claimed G Alai Kalaniuvalu on waivers from the Washington Redskins. Placed CB Roland Mitchell on IR.
CFLs -- Added DT Jearld Baylis from the injured list. Released DE Malcolm Showell (Dunbar).
British Columbia Lions (CFL) -- Released OL Chris Green.
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL) -- Added LB John Motton and RB
Dave Dinnall from the injured list.
Las Vegas Posse (CFL) -- Added OT Tom Backes, DB David Hollis and DE Jeff Sawyer from the injured list.
Ottawa Rough Riders (CFL) -- Added CB Garry Lewis and DE Glen Kulka from the injured list.
NHL -- Reached agreement in principle with Fox Sports on a five-year deal.
Boston Bruins -- Returned G Craig Johnson, G Neil Savary, D Darren Wright, D Charles Paquette, C Brian Secord, LW Andre Roy, LW Daniel Goneau and LW Jeremy Schaefer to their Canadian junior teams.
Chicago Blackhawks -- Signed D Gary Suter to a three-year contract.
St. Louis Blues -- Assigned D Martin Hamrlik and F Jim Giacin to IHL Peoria and F Marc Stephan to WHL Tri-City. Announced that F Maurizio Catenacci left camp.
Washington Capitals -- Returned D Yanick Jean to QMJHL Chicoutimi, D Jonathan Murphy to OHL Peterborough and LW Ryan Pawluk to OHL Kitchener.
Horse racing Belmont Park -- Suspended Richard Migliore 10 days for careless riding Sept. 7. He was granted a stay upon appeal.
Los Angeles Salsa (APSL) -- Signed M Hugo Perez.
Tottenham (English Premier League) -- Signed Romanian sweeper Gheorge Popescu for $4.35 million over five years.
Celtic -- Scottish club signed M Phil O'Donnell for a club-record $2.63 million.
WTA Tour -- Named Ann Person Worcester CEO.