Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- S Mark Cotney, one of three remaining players from the original expansion club, retired after 11 years.
NFC -- San Francisco 49ers WR Jerry Rice was named the conference's rookie of the year by United Press International. HOCKEY
Los Angeles Kings -- Suspended D Rick LaPointe for failure to report to minor-league New Haven. BASEBALL
Philadelphia Phillies -- P Dave Rucker and OF Randy Day agreed to contract terms that give the club the right to test them for drugs. Tony Siegle, the club's vice president of baseball administration, said the Phillies will try to include a drug clause in all contracts up for renewal this winter and will insist on the clause in guaranteed contracts.
Cleveland Indians -- Signed 2B Tony Bernazard and LHP Jamie Easterly to two-year contracts. Bernazard's deal has an option year and Easterly's does not. JURISPRUDENCE
Green Bay Packers -- Owners of a Milwaukee tavern where two Packers were allegedly involved in an incident with a dancer filed a $5.5 million lawsuit against the players, saying James Lofton and another player sexually assaulted the dancer at the tavern on Oct. 9, 1984, and the resultant publicity caused the tavern "a grave loss of business income and profits (and) a permanent loss of desirable customers and trade." COLLEGES
ACC -- F Len Bias of Maryland remains the league's leading scorer at 23.2 points per game in contests through Monday. Duke G Johnny Dawkins is second with 18.8 ppg.
De Paul -- Edward J. Manetta Jr., director of athletics since July 1981, announced that he would leave the position this spring.
Penn -- Named defensive line coach Ed Zubrow head football coach.
Miami -- Named Southern Cal assistant Dave Wannstedt defensive coordinator. Portland State -- Named Ernest (Pokey) Allen, a former defensive coordinator for two U.S. Football League teams, football coach. LOCALLY
The Lincoln Phillips Soccer School is holding tryouts Jan. 12 and 19 from 3 to 6 p.m. at Town and Country Newport Prep School for four teams that will compete in Europe this summer. The teams are boys under 12, under 15 and under 17, and girls under 18.