Los Angeles Rams --
RB Eric Dickerson refused to report to training camp because he said the team reneged on an oral agreement for a contract extension. "I'm still happy to be playing for the Rams, but I am not a fool, either," said Dickerson, in the third year of a series of four one-year contracts totaling $2.2 million. "I care about the team, but I'm looking out for Eric now." Dickerson's attorneys contend an oral agreement was made with Rams Vice President John Shaw to negotiate a three-year contract extension, and that Shaw since has refused to discuss the extension.
Houston Oilers -- LB Gregg Bingham, after being told by Coach Hugh Campbell not to work out with the team, left camp and asked to be traded, citing "irreconcilable differences" with Campbell. Bingham, a 12-year Oilers veteran, was a Pro Bowl alternate last season but was listed on Houston's second team when he reported to camp. Oilers owner Bud Adams said he would offer Bingham a front-office job in community relations.
San Francisco 49ers -- Waived seven players, including QB John Mazur of Texas A&M and P Hassan Aboulhosn of Northern Virginia Community College.
New Orleans Saints -- LB Dennis Winston walked out of camp in a contract dispute, leaving the team without two starting linebackers. Jim Kovach also is a holdout.
Atlanta Falcons -- Cut seven players, including K Luis Zendejas, a former member of Arizona of the U.S. Football League, in reducing roster to 84; G R.C. Thielemann and DE Don Smith remained the only unsigned veterans.
Dallas Cowboys -- After working out for six weeks and hoping to make a comeback, former Cowboys WR Drew Pearson, 34, was told the liver injury he suffered in an auto accident last year still is a health risk. Doctors told him two months ago he would be risking his life to play, although the injury had partially healed. "The only way I would come back is if they told me it was 100 percent safe -- 99.9 wouldn't do it," he said.
Los Angeles Raiders -- Released QB Rich Campbell, obtained in an offseason trade from Green Bay; he was the Packers' No. 1 pick in 1981 but played in only four games in three years.
San Diego Chargers -- First-round draft pick Jim Lachey, a 290-pound guard from Ohio State who signed Sunday, reportedly got a five-year contract worth $2 million.
New York Giants -- Cuts included DB Leon Gordon of Virginia Tech.
Philadelphia Eagles -- Veteran LB Reggie Wilkes signed three one-year contracts.Kansas City Chiefs -- Signed their last holdout, DE Art Still, to a two-year contract extension, through 1988.
Buffalo Bills -- Named Dick Jauron an defensive assistant coach; he will take over duties of secondary coach Dick Moseley, who suffered a heart attack a week ago.