FOOTBALL New York Giants -- Placed WR Stacy Robinson on injured reserve; signed DT Bill Berthusen. New York Jets -- Waived ex-Redskins TE Glenn Dennison; signed CB Sean Dykes. Kansas City Chiefs -- Signed ex-Redskins LB Angelo Snipes; released RB James Evans.Minnesota Vikings -- Signed LB Peter Najarian; waived G Michael Durrett. Atlanta Falcons -- Placed TE Ken Whisenhunt on IR. Pittsburgh Steelers -- Waived CB Don Herron. New England Patriots -- Signed WR Derwin Williams. Houston Oilers -- Cut P Lee Johnson.
BASEBALL Cleveland Indians -- Fired batting coach Bobby Bonds and pitching coach Steve Comer; retained third base coach Johnny Goryl; added hitting instructor Charlie Manuel, first base coach Tom Spencer and ex-Orioles pitching coach Mark Wiley. New York Yankees -- LHP Ron Guidry will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder next week. Chicago Cubs -- Signed OF Jerry Mumphrey.
COLLEGES Virginia -- Freshman basketball F Matt Blundin had arthroscopic surgery for a torn cartilage in his right knee. George Washington -- George Lidster was named Division I Mid-Atlantic coach of the year by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
BASKETBALL Phoenix Suns -- G Walter Davis was hospitalized to determine the cause of a right thigh pain. Los Angeles Lakers -- Placed G/F Jeff Lamp (left shoulder) on injured list. Denver Nuggets -- Activated G Mike Evans; waived F Andre Moore. Sacramento Kings -- Placed G Derek Smith (bad knees) on injured list.
HOCKEY Los Angeles Kings -- Recalled G Bob Janecyk.
JURISPRUDENCE Marcus Dupree, a star running back in the defunct U.S. Football League, filed a $3 million damage suit in Hattiesburg, Miss., against his business manager, Kenneth Fairley.