Green Bay Packers -- Signed veteran QB Vince Ferragamo, recently released by Buffalo Bills, to a one-year contract.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Signed WR David Verser.
Kansas City Chiefs -- Waived WR Mike Holston. BASEBALL
Atlanta Baves -- RHP Bruce Sutter is to undergo surgery in Atlanta today for a pinched shoulder nerve. He is expected to be ready for next season. TRACK AND FIELD
Abdi Bile Abdi, George Mason's defending NCAA 1,500-meter champion, was named 1985 Eastern track athlete of the year by Eastern Track Magazine. Mount St. Mary's decathlete Bill Motti was second in the voting. LOCALLY
Tops in Sports banquet -- Don Mattingly, American League's most valuable player, will be among baseball luminaries honored Jan. 10 at Towson State. OBITUARY The Rev. J. Bernard Fell, 63, former president of the Lake Placid Olympic Organizing Committee who helped bring the XIII Winter Olympics to his hometown, died of lung cancer. COLLEGES Butkus Award -- Brian Bosworth, a sophomore linebacker from Oklahoma, was voted the winner of the award by the Athletic Club of Orlando.
American -- Kelly Lane, 18.5 ppg and 8.5 rpg in victories over UMES and Towson State, was named Colonial Athletic Association women's basketball player of the week.
San Diego State -- Named Bowling Green Coach Denny Stolz head football coach.
Fordham -- O'Neal Tutein (20-32) resigned after five seasons as football coach.