Dallas Cowboys -- Free agent WR Ray Alexander cracked left wrist during pass drills and will be out the remainder of training camp.Detroit Lions -- QB Eric Hipple is expected to be sidelined 6-8 weeks after surgery on a broken right thumb. Hipple broke the thumb in Monday's practice. Green Bay Packers -- Signed first-round draft choice, Auburn RB Brent Fullwood, the fourth pick overall in the draft, leaving only QB Randy Wright unsigned. OL Karl Swanke announced his retirement after seven seasons and five knee operations. Indianapolis Colts -- Released S Dwight Hicks, a four-time Pro Bowl member and the starting free safety for two San Francisco Super Bowl championship teams. Also released DL Kenneth Dodson, OL Lee Spivey, LBs Gary Spann, Neil Hope and Cary Whittingham, RBs Freddie Sims and Elton Veals and WR Todd Feldman.Miami Dolphins -- WR Scott Schwedes, from Syracuse, a second-round pick, agreed to terms, leaving only one unsigned draftee, first-round choice DE John Bosa, from Boston College.New England Patriots -- Signed DE Kenneth Sims to one-year contract. Terms were not disclosed, but Patriots General Manager Patrick Sullivan said it's "primarily an incentive-based deal." Sims, who has been plagued by injuries throughout his career, missed all but three games last season with a disc problem in his back. Philadelphia Eagles -- Signed K Paul McFadden, who stands to become the second kicker in NFL history to make 100 field goals in his first four seasons, to a one-year contract. Also signed were ninth-round draft choice QB Ken Lambiotte and free agent DB Curtis Baham. Lambiotte completed 233 of 385 passes for 2,609 yards and 23 touchdowns as a senior at William and Mary last year. San Diego Chargers -- RB Gary Anderson had surgery to remove bone chips from his left ankle and is expected to miss a week of training camp. He rushed for 442 yards, caught 80 passes, scored nine touchdowns and returned punts and kickoffs in 1986 when he was named to the AFC Pro Bowl team. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Claimed veteran DL Mike Charles, waived last weekend by the Miami Dolphins. Second-year DB Ricky Easmon, a candidate for a starting position, had arthroscopic knee surgery.