GONE: The Broncos put tackle Gerald Perry on the "reserve-left squad" list, likely ending his season and his career in Denver.

The category means he cannot play again this season and he forfeits all remaining salary. But the Broncos retain his rights and probably will seek to trade him when the next trading period begins Jan. 28, the day after the Super Bowl.

Moments after being acquitted of a third-degree assault charge in Denver County Court last Friday, he announced he did not want to play football again in Denver, saying he could "not live there in peace." The Broncos then got a five-day roster exemption for him. It expired yesterday.

UNCERTAIN: Packers QB Don Majkowski threw for about half of yesterday's practice, but said he still doesn't know if he can play Sunday against the Seahawks in Milwaukee. His shoulder was hurt Nov. 18.

WORLD MOVES: The Birmingham team in the World League of American Football announced Michael Huyghue, 29, a five-year veteran of the NFL's Management Council, will become the first black general manager of a pro football team. He served as labor relations counsel for the Management Council, advising NFL owners on their collective bargaining agreement with the players. . . . A consortium headed by Bob Payton, a restaurateur-hotel owner, will operate the London franchise of the World League of American Football, WLAF President Mike Lynn announced. Payton, operator of the My Kinda Town restaurant chain in London, will serve as president of the "Monarchs."

NO SUSPENSION: The NFL won't suspend tight end Mark Bavaro of the Giants for arguing with an official during the Giants' 31-13 loss Nov. 25 at Philadelphia, the New York Times reported in today's editions.