Green Bay Packers -- X-rays revealed the injured thumb of quarterback Lynn Dickey was not broken and he likely will play Sunday against Minnesota. BASEBALL
Boston Red Sox -- OF Jim Rice and rookie OF Steve Lyons underwent evidently successful knee surgery in Worcester, Mass., and should be ready for spring training, according to their surgeon, team physician Arthur Pappas. Major League Umpires -- Union attorney Richie Phillips reported no progress in weekend negotiations with the league presidents and held out possibility of a playoff strike, although "We are going to work (today) in Toronto." The umpires' contract covers best-of-five playoffs; they seek a pay increase under the new best-of-seven format. BASKETBALL
Boston Celtics -- Waived F Rick Lamb, F Ron Williams and G Andre Battle.
Los Angeles Clippers -- Waived free agents Nigel Lloyd, Bobby Parks and Dane Suttle.
Phoenix Suns -- Released free-agent G Lavonne Davis, reducing the roster to 14, not including injured G Rod Foster, holdout F Larry Nance and Bulgarian F Georgi Glouchkov, who has returned to Bulgaria pending a decision on his availability. Club hopes to know by Wednesday if the Bulgarian Basketball Federation will allow Glouchkov, who averaged 14 points and 7.5 rebounds in two exhibition games, to play in the NBA.
Utah Jazz -- Waived F Mitchell Anderson, F David Pope and G Ray Hall, reducing roster to 14, not including unsigned G Darrell Griffith, who has a broken bone in his foot and is unlikely to be able to play until January. COLLEGES
Kansas -- Extended contract of basketball Coach Larry Brown for two years through the 1989 season.
Mississippi State -- Coach Emory Bellard said TB Rodney Peters, team's leading rusher and scorer, and S Wayne Banks, who left the football team for eight days, will not play again this season.
Television Games -- CBS will show three football games on Oct. 19. At noon, it will televise Purdue at Ohio State nationally, to be followed by Michigan at Iowa, which will be seen in most of the country, and Auburn at Georgia Tech, which will be shown in the South; ABC will televise Miami (Fla.)-Oklahoma and Texas-Arkansas on a regional basis. HORSE RACING
Mom's Command -- Retirement of top 3-year-old filly, winner of New York's filly Triple Crown, made official by owner Peter Fuller, following an ankle injury suffered in training. HOCKEY
Montreal Canadiens -- Farmed third-year C Alfie Turcotte, RW Claude Lemieux, D Dominic Campedelli and D John Kordic to Sherbrooke (American Hockey League); F Graeme Bonar was returned to his junior team in Sault Ste. Marie.
Toronto Maple Leafs -- Acquired disgruntled D Chris Kotsopoulos from the Hartford Whalers in exchange for LW Stewart Gavin.