Los Angeles Raiders -- Signed S Vann McElroy.

Miami Dolphins -- Signed RB Troy Stradford.

San Diego Chargers -- Cut OL Tom Toth.

B.C. Lions (CFL) -- Fired Joe Kapp as president and general manager; named Jim Young GM and temporary coach.


Hall of Fame -- Selected for Oct. 6 induction in Eveleth, Minn.: Olympic coaches Herb Brooks (1980) and Connie Pleban (1952); Willard Ikola, coach at Edina (Minn.) High School.

Calgary Flames -- Signed D Al MacInnis to a new contract guaranteeing him a total of $4 million over four years.


Charlotte Hornets -- Signed free-agent G Jim Les, former Jazz and Clippers reserve.


Indian Summer Decathlon -- Rob Muzzio of Lake Ridge won the weekend competition in Emmitsburg, Md., with the seventh-highest score by an American this year.


World Boxing Organization -- Nigel Benn, WBO middleweight (160-pound) champion, will fight WBO super middleweight (168-pound) titlist Thomas Hearns in Atlantic City Jan. 4, according to Benn's agent.


Rutgers -- Coach Theresa Grentz is recommended by USA Basketball Committee for Women to coach 1992 U.S. Olympic women's team.

Virginia -- Women's soccer team (4-0) up from No. 7 to No. 4 in coaches' poll. F John Maessner of men's team lost for season, broken foot.


U.S. National Team -- Winner of 1990 world championship in Australia, will visit President Bush at White House 2:45 Thursday.


St. Louis Storm -- G David Brcic, 32, retired.