Kansas City Chiefs -- Activated rookie WR Fred Jones and waived LB Rob McGovern.


IMSA Race -- Al Unser Jr. smashed track qualifying record on way to winning pole for Sunday's Camel Grand Prix of Southern California in Del Mar. Unser was clocked at 94.824 mph on 1.6-mile, 10-turn Del Mar Fairgrounds temporary circuit. Old record was 90.831 mph.


"Rally 'Round the Redskins" -- Eighth annual affair will bring together more than 30 Washington Redskins and fans to help raise funds for Washington Ronald McDonald House. It will be Friday, 6:30-10 p.m., at Ramada Renaissance-Techworld in D.C. Event includes informal dinner with Redskins and other celebrities, and an auction. Tickets for dinner are $50. Call (703) 264-9080.


Earl Torgeson, 66, who played for five major league teams in 15 years, died Thursday at his home in Everett, Wash. He played first base and had a .265 average with 149 home runs and 740 RBI during a career extending from 1947 to 1962 with the Boston Braves, Chicago White Sox, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies and Detroit Tigers. In 1950, he led NL in runs scored with 120 for Braves.