BASEBALL

Los Angeles Dodgers -- Placed LHP Jerry Reuss (2-6, 5.87 ERA), who will undergo arthroscopy on left elbow next Tuesday to remove bone spur, on 21-day disabled list, he will be out about five weeks; recalled P Dennis Powell (3-3, 4.10 ERA) from AAA Albuquerque. Minnesota Twins -- Recalled LHP Juan Agosto (5 saves, 2.22 ERA) from AAA Toledo. FOOTBALL

Kansas City Chiefs -- RB Theotis Brown, 29, who missed the 1985 season after a heart attack, has decided against trying to play again despite medical clearance. Chicago Bears -- Agreeing to contract terms were all-pro S Dave Duerson and six draft choices: WR David Williams (3rd round) of Illinois; DB Bruce Jones (7th) of North Alabama; DB Maurice Douglass (8th) of Kentucky; P John Teltschik (9th) of Texas; DB Barton Hundley (10th) of Kansas State; WR Glen Kozlowski (11th) of Brigham Young. Denver Broncos -- Signed LB Bruce Klostermann, eighth-round draft choice from South Dakota State, and TE Victor Hall to a series of one-year contracts. Detroit Lions -- Signed T Joe Milinichik, third-round pick from North Carolina State, and S Devon Mitchell, fourth-round draft pick from Iowa, to four-year contracts. Dallas Cowboys -- Released S David Carter and OL Greg Rea. San Diego Chargers -- Signed T Mike Perrino and S Mike Travis. St. Louis Cardinals -- Signed DE Jeff Tupper and OL Ray Brown. Philadelphia Eagles -- Signed free agents LB Bernard King from Syracuse, DE Jeff Smith from Earlham, DE-K Gary Bolden from Southwestern Oklahoma, DB Ross Armstrong from Penn and DB Dennis Watkins from Nebraska. COLLEGES

Navy -- Final NCAA Division I statistics list sophomore Steve Wieman of Bowie as the nation's leader in earned run average with a 1.05 mark, he had a 6-1 record allowing six earned runs in 51 2/3 innings; named Jim Higgins, an assistant at Notre Dame for five years, assistant football coach. Oklahoma State -- Scott Verplank, the reigning NCAA champion, was awarded the 1986 Fred Haskins Award as the nation's outstanding collegiate golfer, determined by a vote of players, members of the Golf Coaches Association of America and members of the Golf Writers Association of America. The runner-up was Sam Randolph of Southern California, last year's winner. Southland Conference -- Announced Southwest Texas State, Stephen F. Austin and Sam Houston State joined. Purdue -- Named Marsha Reall, coach at Ball State, women's basketball coach. Texas Christian -- Suspended F Marc Houston for disciplinary reasons, which will prevent him from regaining his academic eligibility for his senior season.