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

                        === Saturday, May 10, 2014 ===


=== BASEBALL ===

Atlanta Braves - Placed pitcher Jordan Walden on the 15-day disabled list;
recalled pitcher Ian Thomas from Gwinnett (IL).

Chicago White Sox - Purchased the contract of pitcher Frank Francisco from
Charlotte (IL); designated pitcher Maikel Cleto for assignment.

Cincinnati Reds - Activated pitcher Aroldis Chapman from the 15-day disabled
list; optioned pitcher Curtis Partch to Louisville (IL).

New York Mets - Recalled infielder Eric Campbell from Las Vegas (PCL);
outrighted infielder Omar Quintanilla to Las Vegas; optioned infielder Josh
Satin to Las Vegas.

San Diego Padres - Activated third baseman Chase Headley from the 15-day
disabled list; optioned pitcher Kevin Quackenbush to El Paso (PCL).

San Francisco Giants - Placed first baseman Brandon Belt on the 15-day
disabled list; activated pitcher Matt Cain from the 15-day disabled list;
selected the contract of outfielder Tyler Colvin from Fresno (PCL); optioned
pitcher George Kontos to Fresno; transferred infielder Marco Scutaro to the
60-day disabled list.


=== FOOTBALL ===

Buffalo Bills - Acquired running back Bryce Brown from the Philadelphia Eagles
in exchange for a conditional draft pick.

Denver Broncos - Agreed to terms with defensive end Kenny Anunike, linebacker
Shaquil Barrett, running backs Kapri Bibbs, Brennan Clay and Juwan Thompson,
wide receivers Isaiah Burse, Bennie Fowler and Greg Hardin, punter Steven
Clark, defensive tackle Mister Cobble, defensive end Greg Latta, quarterback
Bryn Renner, offensive tackle Aslam Sterling and cornerbacks Jordan Sullen and
Louis Young.

Minnesota Vikings - Agreed to terms with tight end A.C. Leonard, wide
receivers Kain Colter, Erik Lora and Donte Foster, offensive tackles Antonio
Richardson, Pierce Burton and Matt Hall, center Zac Kerin, guards Austin
Wentworth and Conor Boffeli, defensive tackle Isame Faciane, running back
Dominique Williams and defensive ends Jake Snyder, Tyler Scott and Rakim Cox.

Philadelphia Eagles - Agreed to terms with guards Josh Andrews, Donald
Hawkins, and Karim Barton, tight ends Blake Annen and Trey Burton, wide
receivers Kadron Boone and Quron Pratt, running backs David Fluellen and Henry
Josey, cornerback John Fulton, tackle Kevin Graf, defensive tackle Wade
Keliikipi, safety Daytawion Lowe, defensive end Frank Mays, and kicker Carey
Spear.

Pittsburgh Steelers - Agreed to terms with defensive back Devon Carrington,
offensive lineman Chris Elkins, defensive ends Ethan Hemer and Josh Mauro,
offensive tackle Kaycee Ike, linebacker Howard Jones, quarterback Brendon Kay,
defensive tackle Roy Philon, guard Will Simmons and tight end Eric Waters.

San Diego Chargers - Agreed to terms with running back D.J. Adams, wide
receivers Torrence Allen, Brelan Chancellor, Micah Hatfield and Javontee
Herndon, safety Alden Darby, cornerbacks Chris Davis and Greg Ducre, tight end
Michael Flacco, offensive linemen D.J. Johnson, Jeremiah Sirles and Ian White,
defensive linemen Tenny Palepoi and Ricky Tjong-A-Tjoe, linebackers Alvin
Scioneaux and Colton Underwood and punter Chase Tenpenny.


=== HOCKEY ===

National Hockey League - Suspended Chicago Blackhawks forward Brandon Bollig
two games.