FOOTBALL

Green Bay Packers -- Acquired DB Mossy Cade from San Diego, which had made him its No. 1 pick in the 1984 NFL draft but failed to sign him. After reaching contract terms with Cade, who played this year for USFL Memphis, the Packers dealt the Chargers a 1986 draft pick and a conditional pick in 1987.

Los Angeles Rams -- Signed RB Lynn Cain, six-year Falcon released by Atlanta last week; waived DB David Croudip.

Miami Dolphins -- Coach Don Shula said QB Dan Marino, who ended his holdout on the weekend, "had another good day of practice and if he works well (today) and feels good about everything on Saturday, then he'll probably start" Sunday against Houston.

Minnesota Vikings -- Signed OL David Huffman, a 1979-83 Viking returning after two seasons with USFL Memphis.

New England Patriots -- All-pro OG John Hannah reinjured a torn calf muscle and is doubtful for the opener against Green Bay.

Philadelphia Eagles -- Waived RB Andre Hardy in order to activate WR Mike Quick, who this week ended a holdout. BASEBALL

Seattle Mariners -- King County (Wash.) Executive Randy Revelle submitted a new Kingdome lease agreement to the county council designed to keep the club from moving. The lease was initially agreed to "in principle" by Revelle and Mariners owner George Argyros on June 25.

Boston Red Sox -- RHP Bob Stanley (6-6, 10 saves) will have a nodule removed from the base of his right index finger and miss the rest of the season.

New York Yankees -- Recalled RHP Mike Armstrong and LHP Jim Deshaies from AAA Columbus. BASKETBALL

Los Angeles Lakers -- Signed recently acquired F Maurice Lucas to a multiyear contract, terms undisclosed.

Milwaukee Bucks -- Signed first-round draft pick F-G Jerry Reynolds to a four-year contract, terms undisclosed.

Philadelphia 76ers -- Signed second-round draft pick F Greg Stokes of Iowa and free-agent G Keith Walker. HOCKEY

Buffalo Sabres -- Acquired 13-year NHL F Don Lever from New Jersey Devils for future considerations.

Montreal Canadiens -- Signed D Craig Ludwig, a Canadien since 1980, to a two-year contract with option year. JURISPRUDENCE

Gainesville, Fla. -- Andrew Moten, Southeastern Conference basketball freshman of the year at Florida for 1983-84 season, has been charged with wife beating. This April, he dropped out of school; May 27, he married Tani Howard, who accuses him of striking her face with his fist Tuesday. HARNESS RACING

Fancy Crown, a 4-year-old trotting mare selected as harness horse of the year in 1984, has been retired. She sustained a fractured coffin bone.