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Moves

Baseball

DODGERS: Agreed with OF Milton Bradley on one-year contract.

MARINERS: Agreed with SS Pokey Reese, who had been with Red Sox, on one-year contract.

ROCKIES: Promoted Bill Geivett to assistant general manager and vice president of baseball operations, Jay Alves to vice president of communications and public relations and Thad Levine to senior director of baseball operations.

TIGERS: Agreed with IF Ramon Martinez, who had been with Cubs, on one-year contract.

Basketball

PISTONS: Released G William "Smush" Parker.

WARRIORS: Placed C Dale Davis on injured list. Activated F Andris Biedrins and G Luis Flores from injured list.

JAZZ: Waived C Aleksandar Radojevic.

SILVER STARS (WNBA): Named Dan Hughes coach.

Colleges

CLEMSON: Signed offensive coordinator Rob Spence to a two-year contract.

FLORIDA STATE: Announced resignation of offensive line coach Jimmy Heggins.

GETTYSBURG: Chris Borcik (Franklin) was named to NSCAA Scholar All-East men's soccer team.

KENTUCKY: Announced resignation of assistant football coach Paul Dunn to take similar job at Pittsburgh. Named Chase Harp graduate assistant football coach.

LOUISIANA TECH: Announced RB Ryan Moats will forgo his senior year and make himself available for NFL draft.

LOYOLA: Signed Paige Hoffen (Mount de Sales), Mary Clare Taylor (Mount Hebron), Megan Joines (North Harford), Meg Taylor (Mount Hebron), Alex Piraino (Notre Dame Prep), Lizzie Schwarcz (St. Paul's) and Elizabeth Weber to letters of intent to play lacrosse.

MARYLAND: Jason Kiessling was named ACC Co-Wrestler of the Week.

MORGAN STATE: TE Chris Cash was named to Division I-AA Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Team. QB Bradhsaw Littlejohn and WR Kelvin Dickens were named to Sheridan Black College All-American Team.

NEBRASKA: Announced CB Fabian Washington will forego his senior year and make himself available for NFL draft.

STANFORD: Announced men's basketball freshman G Tim Morris has been declared academically ineligible. F Evan Moore announced that he was leaving basketball team to concentrate on football.

UTAH: Announced QB Alex Smith will forego his senior year and make himself available for NFL draft.

Football

NFL: Fined Broncos S John Lynch $75,000 for helmet-to-helmet hit against Colts on Sunday. Named Jeffrey Foster director of National Football Scouting Service.

BEARS: Fired offensive coordinator Terry Shea.

BENGALS: Signed WR-KR Jamail Broussard to two-year contract.

CARDINALS: Signed P Scott Player through 2007 season. Signed TE Bobby Blizzard, G Rolando Cantu, TE Lorenzo Diamond, QB Chris Lewis, FB Casey Moore, WR Reggie Newhouse, T Jim Newton and CB Tyrone Sanders to reserves-futures list.

COWBOYS: Signed DT Jermaine Brooks, RB Keylon Kincade, TE Landon Trusty, CB Lenny Williams from practice squad.

JAGUARS: Fired offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave, LB coach Mike Haluchak and assistant head coach Steve Shafer. Signed RB Rich Alexis, DB Marcell Almond, DE Omari Hand, G Joe Tate and WR Huey Whittaker.

SEAHAWKS: Placed LB Tracy White on injured reserve. Released CB Michael Hardin from practice squad. Added P Donnie Jones to practice squad.

Pro football

NFL draft

2005 first-round order

1. San Francisco; 2. Miami; 3. Cleveland; 4. Chicago; 5. Tampa Bay; 6. Tennessee; 7. Oakland; 8. Arizona; 9. Washington; 10. Detroit. 11. Dallas; 12. N.Y. Giants (to San Diego); 13. Houston; 14. Carolina; 15. Kansas City; 16. New Orleans; 17. Cincinnati; x-18. Minnesota; x-19. St. Louis; 20. Buffalo (to Dallas). 21. Jacksonville; 22. Ravens; x-23. Seattle; x-24. Green Bay; x-25. Denver; x-26. N.Y. Jets; x-27. Atlanta; x-28. San Diego; x-29. Indianapolis; x-30. Philadelphia. x-31. New England; x-32. Pittsburgh.

x-Subject to playoff results (Super Bowl champion will select 32nd and runner-up 31st).

Pro soccer

Revised Blast schedule

Date Opponent Time

1-7 Kansas City 7:35

1-8 Milwaukee 7:35

1-16 at Cleveland 3:05

1-21 Philadelphia 7:35

1-27 at Kansas City 8:05

1-29 Cleveland 7:35

2-5 St. Louis 7:35

2-12 at Philadelphia 7:05

2-13 at Milwaukee 3:05

2-18 Kansas City 7:35

2-19 Cleveland 7:35

2-27 at Chicago 5:00

3-1 Philadelphia 7:05

3-11 at Cleveland 7:35

3-19 at Philadelphia 7:05

3-26 Chicago 7:35

4-1 Cleveland 7:35

4-3 at Philadelphia 1:05

4-8 at Cleveland 7:35

4-9 at Kansas City 8:35

4-15 Kansas City 7:35

4-16 at Chicago 8:00

4-22 Cleveland 7:35

4-24 at Milwaukee 2:05

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