FOOTBALL

Dallas Cowboys -- Began fining running back Tony Dorsett $1,000 a day as holdout and said Ron Springs will take over tailback job at training camp. Named former receiver Drew Pearson, denied a comeback bid when he couldn't get medical clearance, as receivers coach for preseason. Indianapolis Colts -- Traded third-year linebacker Vernon Maxwell to San Diego Chargers for 1986 fifth-round pick. Buffalo Bills -- Signed veteran strong safety Steve Freeman, who had been a holdout, and free agents tight end Eddie McGill, nose tackle Tom Viaene, nose tackle Alex Carter.New York Jets -- Put safety Ken Schroy (shoulder) on injured reserve; waived running back Mike Furnas. San Francisco 49ers -- Linebacker Keena Turner tore muscle in right calf in practice, will miss at least a week. Atlanta Falcons -- Said all-pro running back William Andrews, who damaged nerves causing paralysis in foot last year, might rejoin team in October. Trainer Jerry Rhea expressed concern about Andrews' weight, up to 240 -- about 25 pounds over playing weight. San Diego Chargers -- Said Kellen Winslow's right knee is mending and he should be able to play second half of season. However, Winslow told San Diego Union the team might not want to risk further injury by playing him in 1985 if it is out of the playoff race by midseason. Last Oct. 21, Winslow was hit by Raiders linebacker Jeff Barnes and tore ligaments in his knee.

GOLF

Middle Atlantic Golf Association -- Marion Sison, 13, of Bretton Woods, shot 42-44 -- 86 to win Junior Championship at Manor. In the boys division, Mike Watson, from Lakewood, won (38-36 -- 74), followed by Steve Woda, from Crofton (36-39 -- 75).

BASEBALL

Toronto Blue Jays -- Signed new three-season agreement for International League Syracuse Chiefs to continue as top farm club. Seattle Mariners -- SS Spike Owen (hamstring pull) activated from 15-day DL. San Francisco Giants -- Traded P Bill Laskey, 1B Scot Thompson and player to be named to Montreal Expos for 1B Dan Driessen. Recalled P Frank Williams from AAA Phoenix. Montreal Expos -- Optioned P Randy St. Claire to AAA Indianapolis. Cleveland Indians -- Traded P Bert Blyleven for P Curt Wardle, IF Jim Weaver and IF Jay Bell from Minnesota Twins. Assigned Bell to AA Waterbury, Weaver to AAA Maine.

BASKETBALL

NBA -- Notified franchises the salary cap for upcoming season will be $4,233,000 per team, an increase of $433,000 over last season, according to the New York Times.

COLLEGES

East Coast Conference -- Named former Nicholls State assistant sports information director Larry Dougherty conference sports information director.

HORSE RACING

John Henry, most successful horse in thoroughbred racing history, will retire to the Kentucky Horse Park, it was announced by Kentucky Gov. Martha Layne Collins.

SKIING

U.S. Ski Team -- Bill Johnson, the 1984 Olympic downhill champion who left the team in dispute over money, says he's rejoining organization.

BOXING

Vito Antuofermo's Aug. 21 bout against Francisco de Jesus canceled because of purse dispute. Antuofermo claimed original offer of $150,000 was cut to $15,000. Promoter Jack Solerwitz said first sum was to fight Wilfred Benitez.