Philadelphia Eagles -- Reported QB Randall Cunningham, second-round draftee from UNLV, has been freed from a four-year right-of-first-refusal deal with John Bassett, owner of the USFL Tampa Bay Bandits, and the NFL club now will negotiate with the athlete. Denver Broncos -- LB Bob Swenson, a 1981 all-pro out with a knee injury since early 1983 NFL season, retired; he joined the club as a free agent out of U. of California in 1975. Cleveland Browns -- Acquired WR Victor Oatis (six receptions in 1983, injured reserve in '84) from Indianapolis Colts for a future draft choice. Arizona Outlaws -- Announced retirement of WR John Mistler, waived RB Otis Brown. Houston Gamblers -- Signed free-agent K Frank Corral, released P Dale Walters. BASEBALL

Cleveland Indians -- Called up ex-Baltimore OF Benny Ayala from AAA Maine; sent down C Jerry Willard. Put LHP Dave Von Ohlen on 15-day DL, forearm muscle spasms; LHP Bryan Clark up from AAA. OLYMPICS

International Olympic Committee -- Extended to Aug. 15 the May 15 deadline for submitting bids to hold the 1992 Games, winter and summer. To date, 12 cities are in the runner for the Summer Olympics, five areas for the Winter Games. TRACK AND FIELD

IC4A Championships -- Rob Muzzio, defending champion from George Mason, leads after five events of the decathlon at Penn State. Muzzio's 6-5 1/2 high jump (first), 51-9 1/4 shot put (first), 11.18 in the 100-meter run (second), 50.02 for 400 meters (fourth) and 21-7 3/4 long jump (fifth) gained him 3,969 points, to 3,840 for runner-up Chris Szababaggy of Penn. Southeastern Conference -- Florida heptathlete Heidi Mann needed stitches in right foot and ankle after being hit by a javelin at the SEC women's championships at Mississippi State. Leading the seven-event competition when injured, she fears she is out of the upcoming NCAA meet. COLLEGES

Big East -- Named batting champion Dave Ford, Connecticut (.556), conference baseball player of the year; Seton Hall's Phil Cundari (5-0, 1.22 ERA), pitcher of year; Seton Hall's Marteese Robinson (.373) freshman of year; Seton Hall's Mike Sheppard coach of year. Georgetown's OF Steve Ianinni and 3B Mike Moss made all-conference. HIGH SCHOOLS

South Lakes -- Soccer defenseman Jay Lodge, a 1985 Parade all-America, signed a University of Virginia letter of intent. T.C. Williams -- Thomas Boggan, second in the Penn Relays 1,500, will attend University of Pittsburgh on track scholarship. Wootton -- Basketball F Jack Lynch signed with Shepherd College, following teammate G Rob McGlothin.