Reds: SS Barry Larkin (left heel) had two-hour surgery and should be able to begin running in eight to 12 weeks.
Bulls: Signed C Joe Kleine to one-year contract.
76ers: Re-signed F-G Mark Davis to a one-year contract.
Auburn-Montgomery: G Marcus Bullard, who started two years ago for Mississippi State's Final Four basketball team, has enrolled after spending nearly a year in prison for violating his probation by pistol-whipping another student.
Connecticut: Women's basketball F Shea Ralph, the Big East Rookie of the Year, again tore the same ligament that ended her 1996 season in the NCAA tournament and will not play this season.
Florida State: Settled a $380,000 lawsuit against former women's basketball coach Chris Gobrecht for $108,000. She was one year into a five-year deal with FSU when she left to take the same position at Southern California.
Hampton: Named Mamie Rallins women's track and field coach.
Toledo: Announced that Shaunda Roberts, women's basketball forward, has transferred from Kentucky.
NFL: Named Oilers RB Eddie George AFC Offensive Player of the Week, Dolphins S Shawn Wooden AFC Defensive Player of the Week, Jets K John Hall Special Teams Player of the Week, Cowboys QB Troy Aikman NFC Offensive Player of the Week, Lions LB Stephen Boyd Defensive Player of the Week, Packers KR Bill Schroeder Special Teams Player of the Week.
Buccaneers: Released G Mike Flynn from practice squad. Signed OL Kenneth McDaniel to practice squad.
Dolphins: Placed DE Daniel Stubbs (right patella tendon) on injured reserve. Signed P Kyle Richardson to two-year contract.
Falcons: Re-signed CB Lenny McGill. Released CB Donovan Greer.
Packers: Placed CB Craig Newsome (knee) and K Brett Conway (leg) on injured reserve. Signed DB Randy Kinder off practice squad and TE Reggie Johnson. Signed DB Blaine McElmurry to practice squad.
Seahawks: Signed QB Gino Torretta as No. 3. Announced Warren Moon would start in place of John Friesz (broken thumb).
Lightning: Re-signed free-agent G Derek Wilkinson.
Rangers: Signed F P.J. Stock and G Robb Stauber.
Red Wings: Signed D Jon Coleman to a two-year contract.
Argentine Football Association: Announced that a second drug test confirms that Diego Maradona, 36, took drugs 10 days ago before a league game. A likely playing ban for testing positive would be the third of his career.
Pub Date: 9/04/97