FOOTBALL

St. Louis Cardinals

Agreed with second-round draftee John Lee of UCLA on a four-year contract reportedly making him NFL's highest-paid kicker ever; package is said to be worth $870,000. Miami Dolphins -- Reported NT Mike Charles sidelined a month, torn retina from a poke in his right eye during practice Saturday surgically repaired. Minnesota Vikings -- Signed DE Gerald Robinson of Auburn, first-round draftee, for $300,000 bonus, salary of $100,000 in 1986 and $150,000 in 1987. Denver Broncos -- Put RB Nathan Poole on injured reserve. S Michael Harden pleaded not guilty in Oak Park, Mich., of carrying a concealed weapon in his car. BASEBALL

Los Angeles Dodgers -- Put OF Ken Landreaux on DL, set for arthroscopy today on torn ligament in left knee. Montreal Expos -- Recalled C Tom Nieto from AAA Indianapolis, sent down OF Billy Moore on option. Pittsburgh Pirates -- Recalled SS Sammy Khalifa from AAA Hawaii; put SS Rafael Belliard on 15-day DL. AL Player of Week -- Detroit OF Johnny Grubb (.429, four homers, 12 RBI); third straight Tiger chosen. NL Player of Week -- St. Louis RHP Todd Worrell. BASKETBALL

Cleveland Cavaliers -- Hired Gary Fitzsimmons as director of player personnel, replacing Barry Hecker. HOCKEY

Detroit Red Wings -- Signed free-agent D Dave Lewis, 13-year NHL veteran last with New Jersey Devils. OBITUARY

Joe Tucker, 76, NFL Steelers play-by-announcer 1936-64; in Pittsburgh, complications following heart surgery. COLLEGES

La Salle -- Named as athletic director Bob Mullen, U. of Southern Colorado a.d. since 1981.