Atlanta Braves -- Took RHP Bruce Sutter off road trip roster to have arthrogram to determine source of pain in right shoulder.
National League -- Named RHP Dwight Gooden of the New York Mets player of the week (no earned runs in 17 innings).
American League -- Named 1B Darrell Evans of the Detroit Tigers, 13 for 26 with six home runs, player of the week. FOOTBALL
Washington Redskins -- Put TE Ron Egloff on waivers off IR (broken finger).
Cincinnati Bengals -- Lost leading rusher FB Larry Kinnebrew four to six weeks, broken bone in left hand. Injured early in Sunday's San Diego game, he played on, unaware of the fracture.
Cleveland Browns -- OL Cody Risien is out at least three weeks, following arthroscopic repair of his right knee.
Los Angeles Raiders -- Re-signed rookie RB Steve Strachan as QB Jim Plunkett went on IR, out at least six weeks and facing possible surgery on dislocated left shoulder.
Ohio State -- All-America TB Keith Byars, who has not played this season because of a broken bone in his right foot, was fitted for another cast and will miss Saturday's game against Washington State.
Georgia -- Named six-time NBA all-star Nate (Tiny) Archibald assistant basketball coach.
Howard -- DB Willie (Spanky) Johnson was named MEAC rookie of the week for his play (two interceptions, fumble recovery) against Bethune-Cookman. BASKETBALL
Atlanta Hawks -- Waived F Sly Williams, even though final year of $450,000 contract is guaranteed.
Detroit Pistons -- Signed G John Long for three more years.
Los Angeles Lakers -- Signed F Kurt Rambis to a multiyear renewal.