Philadelphia Eagles -- Have interviewed Tony Dungy, 30, defensive coordinator for Pittsburgh Steelers, for head coaching job, Eagles owner Norman Braman told the Pittsburgh Press. Eagles have also talked to David Shula, 26, Miami Dolphins assistant, and Jim Mora, coach of the USFL Baltimore Stars. BASEBALL

Philadelphia Phillies -- P Dave Stewart reportedly has agreed to two-year, $2 million contract to play in Japan for the Yomiuri Giants. Stewart was 0-6 with 5.42 ERA for the Texas Rangers last season and 0-0 and 6.23 after being traded to Phillies in September.

Montreal Expos -- Steve Rogers, their former pitching star, announced his retirement from baseball at 36. He was 6-15 two seasons ago and was released last year after being plagued with a shoulder problem. HOCKEY

New York Rangers -- Recalled C Pierre Larouche from Hershey of American Hockey League; optioned right wing Steve Patrick to New Haven of the AHL. GOLF

U.S. Golf Association -- Elected William J. Williams Jr. of New York City president and announced increases in prize money for the U.S. Open (to $700,000), Senior Open (to $250,000) and Women's Open (to $300,000). SKIING

Men's World Cup -- In St. Anton, Austria, Ingemar Stenmark of Sweden moved into first place in the slalom standings with his first slalom victory in two years.

Women's World Cup -- In Megeve, France, Michaela Marzola of Italy sped through a blinding snowfall to win a super giant slalom and take the lead in standings for the event.

World Cup Jumping -- In Sapporo, Japan, Matti Nykanen of Finland, continuing a comeback after three weeks in an alcohol-abuse program, won 70-meter competition. LOCALLY

Former Senators pitcher Dick Bosman, who will be joining the Chicago White Sox AAA Buffalo Bisons as pitching coach, will be honored by the Washington Senators Fan Club Monday at Danker's Sports Bar.