Cincinnati Bengals -- RB James Brooks, 31, signed for 1990. Under the team's new contracts, a player can lose up to 10 percent of his salary for revealing contract details.
Indianapolis Colts -- Signed second-year CB John Baylor, who started eight games last season, to a two-year contract.
Long Course Nationals -- Dan Jorgensen won the 800-meter freestyle in 7 minutes 59.97 seconds to end the meet in Austin, Tex. In the women's 1,500 freestyle, Julie Cole finished in 16:38.56, 46.46 seconds behind Janet Evans's world record. Evans did not swim in the event.
Hylton "Fitzy" Fitzpatrick, who overcame deafness in a 12-year career in which he sparred with Joe Louis and floored Ezzard Charles three times, died in Melrose, Ill, at 69.
Ettore Maserati, 96, a founder of the famed racing car company, died in Bologna, Italy.
D.C. Road Runners Club -- Two championship races are scheduled Wednesday at T.C. Williams. One-mile race will begin at 6:30 p.m., five-kilometer race at 7 p.m. Free registration: 5:30-6:30 p.m. For information, call 283-0821. A picnic will follow.
Eastern Branch Striders -- At AAU Junior National Olympics in Clearwater, Fla., the track club finished third in the 4x800 relay (boys 15-16 category) in 8:22 and fifth in the 4x800 girls relay (17-18) in 10:11. Kristen Thorne, a sophomore at Bullis, won 100-meter hurdles in the girls 15-16 age group in 14.7.
Herndon-Reston Track Club -- Becoming national champions at National AAU Junior Olympics Track and Field Championships in Clearwater, Fla.: Chip Grawey (9-10 boys) in 1,500 meters in 5:01.30; Angela Chambers (11-12 girls) was a double winner, taking 100 meters at 12.99 and 200 meters at 26.63; Jimmy Colling (boys 13-14) won 300 meters at 9:31.93.
Hogneck Golf Club -- The Easton, Md., club will be site of Middle Atlantic PGA Assistant Professional Championship 36-hole tournament Monday and Tuesday.