Atlanta Falcons -- Re-signed WR Stacey Bailey and P Scott Fulhage.


Minneapolis Timberwolves -- Brad Sellers, acquired from the Seattle SuperSonics for Steve Johnson last season, will not be offered a contract. The Timberwolves said that, by granting him free agency, they get to retain a 1991 second-round draft choice that would have gone to Seattle under terms of the deal. Sellers, a 7-foot forward who was once Chicago's top draft choice, averaged 3.4 points in 14 games after the Timberwolves acquired him on Feb. 22.


San Diego State -- Jim Cerveny is relinquishing his duties as director of the track and field programs. He will still coach the men's and women's cross country teams and also will serve as an associate coach with the track and field program. Rahn Sheffield has been appointed head coach of the women's track team and Gary Stathas will coach the men's.

San Francisco -- The Rev. Robert A. Sunderland, S.J., 62, will resign as athletic director effective Nov. 1. He held the job seven years.


Juniors -- Chris York, of Potomac leads the Boy's 13-14-year old division at the Ping Myrtle Beach Junior Golfing Classic with a two-round total of 150. York shot a 76 the first day and a 74 yesterday. The last round, at Pine Lakes International Country Club, will tee off at 7:08 a.m. today.

VSGA -- In Clifford, Va., Liz Rogers of Virginia Beach birdied two of the last three holes to pull within one stroke of Susan Slaughter of Floyd after the second round in the 54-hole women's stroke play championship. Slaughter, an Arizona sophomore and recent winner of the NCAA women's championship, matched par with a 73 for a 36-hole total of 146 at Winton Country Club. Rogers, a former professional, birdied the par-4 16th and 17th holes for a 73 and a 147. Donna Martz of Broadway broke the course record with a 72 and was at 149.

Virginia Amateur -- In Charlottesville, Va., Fred Widicus, 21, of Annandale, a University of Virginia senior, shot a three-under-par 69 and took a one-shot lead halfway through qualifying for tournament.


Clarence Kay, 28, a Denver Broncos tight end, was convicted of speeding and driving in Golden Colo., while impaired but a spokesman for the NFL team said it would not change his status with the Broncos and the league had announced no plans for any disciplinary action.