FOOTBALL

Kansas City Chiefs -- Waived DB Odis McKinney, an eight-year NFL veteran. Seattle Seahawks -- Lost RB Dan Doornink for four weeks and starting RG Robert Pratt for at least three weeks, both to knee strains. Atlanta Falcons -- Signed CB David Croudip, who was waived by the San Diego Chargers; released rookie CB Reggie Pleasant. Philadelphia Eagles -- Waived DE Leon Evans from injured reserve. Green Bay Packers -- Released DL Tony Degrate; signed DL Mark Shumate. BASEBALL

National League -- Reported a record 1985 season attendance of 22,307,362, an average of 23,531; named 2B Johnny Ray of the Pittsburgh Pirates, who hit .406 in the final week of the season, player of the week. San Diego Padres -- Signed 3B Graig Nettles for his 18th major league season, a one-year deal reportedly worth about $800,000. Boston Red Sox -- Designated Rac Slider, manager of last-place Pawtucket in the International League, for reassignment. New York Mets -- Promoted Roland Johnson from special assignments to scouting director. BASKETBALL

Seattle SuperSonics -- Waived seven-year veteran F Reggie King, who averaged 2.8 points last season; placed C-F Tim McCormick on injured reserve following arthroscopic surgery on his right knee. Sacramento Kings -- Signed C Joe Kleine, first-round draftee who held out through 13 days of preseason camp; terms undisclosed. HOCKEY

Boston Bruins -- Lost D Mats Thelin indefinitely, fractured foot; farmed F Doug Kostynski and G Cleon Daskalakis to AHL. New York Rangers -- Cut seven players, including G Glen Hanlon, F Nick Fotiu and C Pierre Larouche, all sent to the minors. New York Islanders -- John Tonelli, the only holdout in the club's 13-year history, reported after sitting out 22 days in a bid for contract renegotiation, now in progress. COLLEGES

Virginia Tech -- Lost G Johnny Fort, a transfer from Iowa and a leading candidate to be the basketball team's starting point guard, six to eight weeks; knee surgery upcoming.