FOOTBALL Green Bay Packers -- Waived RB Gary Ellerson and NT Charles Martin, who was suspended two games last season after body-slamming Chicago Bears QB Jim McMahon.

BICYCLING Jeannie Longo of France broke three of her world records in races at Colorado Springs, clocking 13:19.80 in the 10 kilometers, 26:40.99 in the 20 kilometers and covering 44.933276 kilometers in one hour.

COLLEGES St. Peter's -- Named former New Jersey Nets C George Johnson as a volunteer assistant basketball coach. Florida -- RB Octavius Gould quit football team.

BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals -- Coach Red Schoendienst, who played 14 of his nearly 19 major league seasons with the team and managed the team for 12 years, has been elected to the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame.Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association -- Retained Bill Gilbert to direct communications program. Gilbert worked as public relations executive and marketing director for the Washington Senators.

TENNIS Swedish Davis Cup -- Jan Gunnarsson will replace the injured Joakim Nystrom. Sweden plays Spain in a semifinal Oct. 2-4 in Barcelona.

TRACK AND FIELD Hiroki Fuwa set a Japanese record of 10.33 seconds in the 100-meter dash, but couldn't beat world champion Ben Johnson of Canada (10.29) in a meet in Tokyo. World record holder Sergei Bubka of the Soviet Union won the pole vault, clearing 19 feet 4 1/4 inches.