FOOTBALL Philadelphia Eagles -- Released S Brenard Wilson, a nine-year NFL veteran. San Diego Chargers -- Waived C Dwight Wheeler; signed LB Thomas Benson. Detroit Lions -- Activated OL Harvey Salem from injured reserve; waived TE Derrick Ramsey.
BASEBALL New York Yankees -- Sent P Paul Pries to Chicago White Sox to complete an earlier trade.
AUTO RACING Portuguese Grand Prix -- Gerhard Berger of Austria, driving a Ferrari, averaged 125.364 mph in winning the pole in Estoril. Delaware 500 -- Alan Kulwicki, averaging 145.826 mph, took the pole for the NASCAR race in Dover. King Racing Team -- Signed NASCAR driver Ricky Rudd to a two-year contract beginning with next year's Daytona 500.
HOCKEY New York Rangers -- Cut G Peter Maro, D Paul Jenkins and D John Davis and reassigned six other players to the minor leagues.
MISCELLANEOUS Amateur Basketball -- A team of U.S. college players beat Zalgiris Kaunas of the Soviet Union, 126-122, to take seventh place in the Intercontinental Cup basketball tournament in Milan. The defeat for the Soviets, which left them in last place, was particularly bitter bacause they were the defending champions. They played without injured star center Arvidas Sabonis. It was the Americans' only victory in three games.