FOOTBALL Seattle Seahawks -- WR Steve Largent, 33, who had considered retiring during the players strike, agreed to play another season (his 13th) and the club said it "would be fair to assume" he will receive a raise from this year's base salary of $770,000, the NFL high for a wide receiver. Miami Dolphins -- Released K Van Tiffin, reporting Fuad Reveiz' injured thigh should be healed to kick Sunday against Redskins; re-signed WR Fred Banks, put S Glenn Blackwood on IR (knee).

BASKETBALL NBA -- Fined Detroit's Isiah Thomas $3,000 (as instigator) and New York's Patrick Ewing and Sidney Green $1,500 and $1,000, respectively, for fighting during the Pistons-Knicks game Saturday. Fined $500 each for leaving the bench during the incident were six Pistons: William Bedford, Ralph Lewis, Ron Moore, Chuck Nevitt, Dennis Rodman and John Salley. New York Knicks -- Activated G Trent Tucker from the injured list; waived F Chris McNealy. Golden State Warriors -- Re-signed G Winston Garland. Cleveland Cavaliers -- Hired play-by-play broadcaster Joe Tait as vice president-broadcast services, said he will continue to air their games.

COLLEGES ACC -- Basketball rookie of week: Maryland C Brian Williams, second time in three weeks. Women's player of week: Maryland C Vicky Bullett. Men's player of week: North Carolina F J.R. Reid. Virginia Tech -- Last night's basketball game at Missouri postponed, Midwest snowstorm, rescheduled for tonight in Columbia, Mo.

BASEBALL Seattle Mariners -- Assigned Ross Grimsley, ex-Baltimore LHP, as roving pitching coach.

SKIING Lake Placid, N.Y. -- Peter Wirnsberger of Austria won his second race in two days in the Lawrence Nor-Am men's international slalom.