Pittsburgh Steelers -- Signed WRs Lorenzo Davis, Ron Heard.

San Francisco 49ers -- Named Ray Sherman running backs coach.

Cleveland Browns -- TE John Talley has been hospitalized at the Cleveland Clinic for tests after having a seizure at his East Cleveland home. Team physician Lon Castle said the seizure was not related to surgery Talley had two weeks ago to remove bone spurs from his right ankle.

Quarterback Club -- Will honor Buffalo Bills' Jim Kelly as top professional quarterback of 1990. Other quarterback honorees: Ty Detmer, Brigham Young, national college; Shawn Moore, Virginia, local college; Eric Zeler, Marietta (Ga.) High, national high school; Junior Bynum, Bishop McNamara, local high school. Awards dinner will be March 9 at 6 p.m. at Washington Hilton and Towers.


George Washington -- Named Shannon Higgins women's soccer coach. Higgins, who replaces Adrian Glover, was assistant coach last season. She played for the North Carolina team that went 89-0-6 and won consecutive NCAA Division I championships from 1986 to 1989. She was named Division I's top player in 1989.

West Virginia -- Football team said Dwight Wallace resigned as quarterbacks and receivers coach.

Missouri Valley Conference -- Announced Northern Iowa will become a member effective July 1.


Don Drysdale -- Hall of Fame pitcher pleaded no contest to misdemeanor drunken driving charge and was fined $2,350, prosecutors in Los Angeles said. Drysdale, 54, also was ordered to attend a 90-day alcohol education program and perform 200 hours of community service with the Youth Sports Program of the Los Angeles Department of Parks and Recreation.


A story in yesterday's editions misidentified Mark McEnroe, brother of tennis players John and Patrick. He is the middle brother of the three.