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             === Sports Transactions from The Sports Network ===

                       === Thursday, April 3, 2014 ===

=== BASEBALL ===

Arizona Diamondbacks - Sent outfielder Cody Ross on a rehab assignment to Reno
(PCL).

Detroit Tigers - Claimed pitcher Mike Belfiore off waivers from the Baltimore
Orioles and optioned his contract to Toledo (IL).

Minnesota Twins - Reinstated pitcher Brian Duensing from the paternity list;
optioned pitcher Michael Tonkin to Rochester (IL).

New York Mets - Placed outfielder Chris Young on the 15-day disabled list;
activated infielder Daniel Murphy from the paternity list.

Oakland Athletics - Voided the option of infielder Jake Elmore to Sacramento
(PCL) and placed him on the 15-day disabled list; outrighted outfielder
Michael Taylor and infielder Hiro Nakajima to Sacramento.

Tampa Bay Rays - Placed outfielder Sean Rodriguez on the paternity list;
recalled infielder Vince Belnome from Durham (IL).


=== BASKETBALL ===

San Antonio Spurs - Signed forward Damion James to a 10-day contract.


=== FOOTBALL ===

Chicago Bears - Agreed to terms with offensive tackle Eben Britton on a one-
year contract.

Cincinnati Bengals - Signed safety Danieal Manning.

Green Bay Packers - Re-signed fullback John Kuhn.

Houston Texans - Re-signed cornerback Elbert Mack.

Miami Dolphins - Signed quarterback Jordan Rodgers and wide receivers Kevin
Cone and Michael Rios to one-year contracts; named Ryan Grove head athletic
trainer.

New England Patriots - Signed safety Patrick Chung.

Seattle Seahawks - Signed long snapper Jorgen Hus.

Tennessee Titans - Agreed to terms with guard/center Eric Olsen on a one-year
contract.

Washington Redskins - Signed quarterback Colt McCoy.


=== HOCKEY ===

Carolina Hurricanes - Recalled forward Zach Boychuk from Charlotte (AHL) on an
emergency basis.

Montreal Canadiens - Recalled defenseman Nathan Beaulieu from Hamilton (AHL).


=== COLLEGE ===

Boston College - Named Jim Christian head men's basketball coach.

Elon - Announced the resignation of head men's soccer coach Darren Powell.