FOOTBALL

Indianapolis Colts -- Signed former San Diego Chargers DB Wyatt Henderson. Houston Gamblers -- Signed DE Ross Browner, seven-year Cincinnati Bengals veteran. BASEBALL

Pittsburgh Pirates -- Put OF Joe Orsulak on 15-day DL, sore hip; called up OF Scott Loucks from AAA Hawaii. BOXING

Lou Duva, manager of WBA lightweight champion Livingstone Bramble, appealed the $5,000 fine levied against him by the Nevada Athletic Commission after ephedrine -- a banned stimulant commonly found in nasal sprays -- was found in Bramble's urine sample following his successful title defense Feb. 16 in Reno against Ray (Boom Boom) Mancini. World Boxing Association -- Said it would strip Marvelous Marvin Hagler of his middleweight title if he does not meet the top available challenger in his next fight. JURISPRUDENCE

John Drew, former Utah Jazz forward waived after recurrent substance abuse, was booked into Salt Lake County Jail on a felony warrant charging him with issuing bad checks. Mark Olensky, accused of plotting to shave points in Tulane basketball games, asked a judge in New Orleans to make prosecutors give him more details about what they think he did wrong. It was the same sort of discovery motions filed by five other defendants in the case last week.

COLLEGES

Naval Academy -- Bob Dishman, second baseman from Ferndale, Md., was named third-team academic all-America for the second straight year. Dishman completed four years with a 3.51 grade average in mechanical engineering. Catholic -- Will induct Robert F. Comstock of Chevy Chase into the school's athletic Hall of Fame Saturday, June 8 at 6 p.m. ceremonies in Brookland Gymnasium. Texas -- Cleburne Price, track coach for 15 years, will step down after next week's NCAA championships and assume an administrative position with the athletic department. Providence -- Steve Stirling, saying he had proven himself on the major-college level after coaching the Friars to second place in the NCAA tournament in his second year, returned to Division II Babson, where he coached 1978-83. San Francisco State -- Named Timothy Franklin, an assistant at Old Dominion, men's basketball coach.