=== Sports Transactions from The Sports Network ===
=== Wednesday, December 31, 2014 ===
=== BASEBALL ===
Cincinnati Reds - Acquired outfielder Marlon Byrd and cash considerations from
the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for minor league pitcher Ben Lively.
Los Angeles Dodgers - Signed pitcher Brett Anderson to a one-year contract;
designated infielder Erisbel Arruebarrena for assignment.
=== BASKETBALL ===
Boston Celtics - Assigned forward James Young to Maine (NBADL).
Charlotte Hornets - Recalled forward Noah Vonleh from Fort Wayne (NBADL).
Phoenix Suns - Recalled guards Tyler Ennis and Archie Goodwin and forward T.J.
Warren from Bakersfield (NBADL).
Utah Jazz - Assigned guard Toure Murry to Idaho (NBADL).
=== FOOTBALL ===
Arizona Cardinals - Signed cornerback Rashad Carmichael and guard Antoine
McClain to reserve/future contracts.
Buffalo Bills - Announced the resignation of head coach Doug Marrone.
Cincinnati Bengals - Placed wide receiver Dane Sanzenbacher on injured
reserve; signed wide receiver Cobi Hamilton to the active roster from the
Indianapolis Colts - Placed offensive tackle Gosder Cherilus on injured
reserve; signed offensive lineman David Arkin to the active roster from the
New York Giants - Named Mike Sullivan quarterbacks coach.
Philadelphia Eagles - Announced that they have agreed to part ways with vice
president of player personnel Tom Gamble.
Washington Redskins - Announced the mutual decision to part ways with
defensive coordinator Jim Haslett.
=== HOCKEY ===
Anaheim Ducks - Assigned forward Max Friberg to Norfolk (AHL).
Columbus Blue Jackets - Signed forward Nick Foligno to a six-year contract
Dallas Stars - Recalled forward Brett Ritchie from Texas (AHL).
Florida Panthers - Agreed to terms on a six-year contract extension with
forward Nick Bjugstad.
National Hockey League - Approved the sale of majority ownership of the
Arizona Coyotes to Andrew Barroway; fined Vancouver Canucks forward Jannik
San Jose Sharks - Signed forward Rourke Chartier to an entry-level contract.
Tampa Bay Lightning - Recalled defenseman Nikita Nesterov from Syracuse (AHL).