Minnesota's all-pro linebacker, Brad Van Pelt, finally got what he wanted, a trade to the Los Angeles Raiders.
Van Pelt, 33, was traded to the Super Bowl champions, on the day of the NFL's trading deadline, for a sixth-round draft pick next season and a second-round pick in 1986 . . .
Richard Bennett, a Washington attorney who represents wide receiver Cris Collinsworth of the Cincinnati Bengals, said he believes the Bengals are not sincerely interested in negotiating with the Tampa Bay Bandits to keep Collinsworth from jumping to the U.S. Football League next season.
Later yesterday, the Bengals announced they had traded the rights to unsigned first-round draft pick Ricky Hunley, a linebacker from Arizona, to Denver for the Broncos' first-round choice in 1986.
Also, Bengals head Coach Sam Wyche said his 1-5 team does not have a No. 1 quarterback. Sunday, 14-year veteran Ken Anderson watched as Boomer Esiason, a rookie from Maryland, quarterbacked a 13-3 victory over Houston . . .
Len Hauss, Chuck Hinton, Vince Promuto, Deane Beman and Bob Ferry will be inducted into the Robert F. Kennedy Stadium Hall of Fame at halftime of the Redskins-Cowboys game Sunday. The five will be honored at a Touchdown Club luncheon at noon Friday.