=== Sports Transactions from The Sports Network ===
=== Friday, July 25, 2014 ===
=== BASEBALL ===
Atlanta Braves - Activated pitcher Anthony Varvaro from the paternity list;
Optioned Gus Schlosser to Gwinnett (IL).
Houston Astros - Selected the contract of infielder Gregorio Petit; optioned
pitcher Anthony Bass to Oklahoma City (PCL); transferred pitcher Matt Albers
to the 60-day disabled list.
Miami Marlins - Recalled catcher J.T. Realmuto from Jacksonville (Southern);
optioned pitcher Anthony DeSclafani to New Orleans (PCL).
New York Yankees - Selected the contract of pitcher Chris Capuano; designated
pitcher Chris Leroux for assignment.
Oakland Athletics - Acquired pitcher Deck McGuire from the Toronto Blue Jays
in exchange for cash considerations; optioned McGuire to Sacramento (PCL).
San Diego Padres - Recalled pitcher Jesse Hahn from El Paso (PCL); optioned
infielder Jace Peterson to El Paso.
San Francisco Giants - Selected the contract of second baseman Dan Uggla and
infielder Tony Abreu from Fresno (PCL); placed infielders Ehire Adrianza and
Marco Scutaro on the 15-day DL; designated pitcher Jose De Paula and infielder
Nick Noonan for assignment.
Texas Rangers - Selected the contract of pitcher Jerome Williams from Round
Rock (PCL); placed outfielder Jake Smolinski on the 15-day disabled list;
released pitcher Justin Marks; activated pitcher Joseph Ortiz from the 60-day
DL and optioned him to Frisco (Texas); transferred third baseman Kevin
Kouzmanoff to the 60-day DL.
Washington Nationals - Placed pitcher Matt Purke on the 60-day disabled list;
optioned outfielder Eury Perez to Syracuse (IL).
=== BASKETBALL ===
Atlanta Hawks - Signed forward/center Adreian Payne.
Charlotte Hornets - Re-signed guard Jannero Pargo.
Los Angeles Lakers - Re-signed guard Xavier Henry.
Orlando Magic - Signed guard Luke Ridnour.
=== FOOTBALL ===
Arizona Cardinals - Signed wide receiver Reggie Dunn.
Atlanta Falcons - Waived wide receiver Darius Johnson.
Baltimore Ravens - Signed safety Will Hill.
Buffalo Bills - Signed cornerback Bobby Felder; added linebacker Randell
Johnson to the active roster; released defensive tackle Colby Way.
Chicago Bears - Signed offensive lineman Dylan Gandy to a one-year contract;
waived defensive end Jamil Merrell.
Cleveland Browns - Signed linebacker Jamaal Westerman.
Houston Texans - Signed offensive tackle Tyson Clabo; placed guard David
Quessenberry on the active/non-football illness list; placed guard Brandon
Brooks, running back Jonathan Grimes and linebacker Rick Sapp on the
active/non-football injury list.
Miami Dolphins - Placed center Mike Pouncey and running back Knowshon Moreno
on the physically unable to perform list.
Minnesota Vikings - Signed wide receivers Andy Cruse and Ty Walker; waived
wide receiver Josh Cooper and offensive tackle Matt Hall; placed tight end
Chase Ford, cornerback Captain Munnerlyn and safety Andrew Sendejo on the
physically unable to perform list.
National Football League - Named Derrick Brooks appeals officer.
New England Patriots - Released tight end Nate Byham.
Oakland Raiders - Released linebacker Kevin Burnett.
Pittsburgh Steelers - Placed safety Mike Mitchell and running back Alvester
Alexander on the physically unable to perform list.
San Francisco 49ers - Eleveated wide receiver Bruce Ellington from the
active/non football injury list to the active roster; signed tight end/long
snapper Kyle Nelson to a one-year contract.
Tennessee Titans - Signed guard Kevin Danser; waived tight end Adam Schiltz.
=== HOCKEY ===
Calgary Flames - Signed forward Sam Bennett to a three-year, entry-level
Carolina Hurricanes - Signed defenseman Brett Bellemore to a one-year, two-way
Detroit Red Wings - Re-signed center Landon Ferraro to a one-year contract.
Toronto Maple Leafs - Agreed to terms with goaltender James Reimer on a two-
Vancouver Canucks - Signed forward Jake Virtanen to a three-year, entry-level
Washington Capitals - Signed forward Nathan Walker to a three-year, entry-
Winnipeg Jets - Named Matt Prefontaine video coach.
=== COLLEGE ===
Indiana - Announced the resignation of women's basketball coach Curt Miller.