Philadelphia Eagles -- Veteran T Dean Miraldi, waived this week after ending a holdout, had told the team he was afraid the East Coast weather would damage his health, his agent said. Miraldi asked to be traded or freed to play in less humid weather because of a history of dehydration problems.

Denver Broncos -- Scheduled LB Tom Jackson for arthroscopic surgery on his inflamed left knee.

Houston Oilers -- Claimed third-year LB Todd Seabaugh, waived by the Pittsburgh Steelers. HOCKEY

Quebec Nordiques -- Traded D Brad Maxwell to Toronto for LW John Anderson and appointed Ron Harris as an assistant coach. Anderson, 28, has played for the Maple Leafs for eight years; last season, he scored 32 goals and 31 assists in 75 games. Maxwell, 28, had seven goals, 24 assists in 50 games for Quebec last season after being acquired from Minnesota in December. BASKETBALL

Dallas Mavericks -- Reached agreement on a four-year contract with C Bill Wennington of St. John's, one of the club's three picks in the first round of the June draft.

Detroit Pistons -- Signed first-round draftee Joe Dumars, McNeese State G, to a four-year, $800,000 contract.

New Jersey Nets -- Reacquired F Mickey Johnson from Golden State for future considerations. The Nets had traded the 11-year pro to the Warriors for Micheal Ray Richardson on Feb. 6, 1983. BASEBALL

Drug Testing -- Commissioner Peter Ueberroth hopes to instigate mandatory testing in the winter leagues in Latin America, where he believes many players have been introduced to cocaine, he told the New York Times.

Pittsburgh Pirates -- Manager Chuck Tanner said he could be "financially involved" with an unidentified group interested in buying the team to keep it from moving.

Little League -- Richie Conway pitched a two-hitter as Morristown, Tenn., defeated Minnetonka, Minn., 5-1, in the World Series at Williamsport, Pa.; Conway had a no-hitter for five innings of the six-inning game. Binbrook, Ontario, rallied for five runs in the final inning to defeat Saudi Arabia, 6-5. The semifinals will be Morristown vs. Mexicali, Mexico, and Binbrook vs. Seoul. BOXING

New York -- Former WBA lightweight champion Ray Mancini scheduled a Thursday news conference to announce whether he will continue fighting or retire.