NFC -- Named Jim Jeffcoat of Dallas and Jimmie Giles of Tampa Bay players of the week. Jeffcoat had five sacks of Washington quarterback Joe Theismann as the Cowboys beat the Redskins, 13-7. Giles caught six passes for 134 yards as Tampa Bay beat St. Louis, 16-0. AFC -- Named Lionel James of San Diego, whose 345 combined yards in the Chargers' 40-34 overtime victory over the Los Angeles Raiders were the second-highest total in NFL history, offensive player of the week. Safety Fred Marion of New England won defensive honors for his job in the Patriots' 34-15 win over Indianapolis. Detroit Lions -- Announced DL lineman Doug English had surgery to repair a chipped disk in his neck and probably will miss the last six weeks of the season. BASEBALL
Los Angeles Dodgers -- Announced C Steve Yeager has signed a one-year contract with an option for a second year that includes a drug- and alcohol-testing clause. Don Fehr, acting executive director of the Major League Players Association, was quoted by the Los Angeles Herald Examiner as saying that a grievance would be filed if the Dodgers insisted on including such a clause in a contract. New York Yankees -- Announced 1B Don Mattingly had minor surgery for a tendon problem in the little finger of his right hand. St. Louis Cardinals -- Added Rich Hacker to their coaching staff, replacing Hal Lanier, who resigned to manage the Houston Astros. HORSE RACING
Steve Cauthen -- Was the runaway champion jockey of English flat racing for the second straight year. The 24-year-old American rode 195 winners, 33 more than runner-up Pat Eddery.