Denver Broncos -- RB Gerald Willhite, removed by stretcher in the second quarter Sunday, was released from a Kansas City hospital after an overnight stay under observation for a concussion. He had started in place of Sammy Winder, who came down with flu Saturday night. Los Angeles Rams -- QB Dieter Brock left a hospital after overnight treatment for a kidney stone. New England Patriots -- Coach Raymond Berry said Steve Grogan will continue as starting QB although Tony Eason's left shoulder separation has healed. The team is 3-0 since Grogan's return to his old position. Pittsburgh Steelers -- QB Mark Malone may miss four weeks with dislocated big toe; David Woodley will start Sunday. Miami Dolphins -- OT Jon Giesler to have arthroscopic surgery on right knee; WR Nat Moore doubtful for Sunday, fractured rib. BASKETBALL

San Antonio Spurs -- Signed holdout G Johnny Moore for three years; put rookie Tyrone Corbin on IR (sprained knee). Seattle SuperSonics -- Re-signed rookie F Alex Stivrins after relesing him last week. Phoenix Suns -- Lost G Bernard Thompson up to four weeks, stress fracture in left ankle. NBA -- Reported opening-weekend attendance up 6.5 percent over last season's first weekend, 13,331 per game to 12,571. HOCKEY

Pittsburgh Penguins -- Traded RW Wayne Babych to Quebec Nordiques for a future. BASEBALL

Chicago White Sox -- C Carlton Fisk officially filed for free agency. Texas Rangers -- Hired Joe Ferguson, Tim Foli and Tom Robson as coaches. Toronto Blue Jays -- Named John McLaren (Knoxville manager) third base coach. GOLF

Middle Atlantic PGA -- Certified Woody FitzHugh as player of the year; named John Haines, Hunt Valley, pro of the year; selected Jim Folks, Bethesda, for Bill Strausbaugh Award, and Butch Liebler, Cavalier, for Horton Smith Award. In the annual meeting, at Springfield, Folks also assumed duties of president, to be made official in near future. COLLEGES

ACC -- Named Maryland S Al Covington, Georgia Tech LB Ted Roof defensive football players of week. Ohio State -- X-rays on TB Keith Byars' reinjured right foot negative; he is expected to face No. 1 Iowa on Saturday.