=== Sports Transactions from The Sports Network ===
=== Saturday, November 1, 2014 ===
=== BASEBALL ===
Colorado Rockies - Declined team option on pitcher Brett Anderson.
Kansas City Royals - Declined the 2015 club option on designated hitter/first
baseman Billy Butler.
Miami Marlins - Exercised the 2015 contract option on catcher Jeff Mathis.
Toronto Blue Jays - Exercised the 2015 option on first baseman Adam Lind and
traded him to the Milwaukee Brewers for pitcher Marco Estrada; exercised the
options on pitcher J.A. Happ and catcher Josh Thole; declined the options on
pitchers Brandon Morrow, Dustin McGowan and Sergio Santos and first baseman
Justin Smoak; extended a one-year qualifying offer to outfielder Melky
Cabrera; reinstated third baseman Brett Lawrie, infielder Maicer Izturis,
pitcher Chad Jenkins and outfielder Andy Dirks from the 60-day disabled list.
=== BASKETBALL ===
Cleveland Cavaliers - Waived guard A.J. Price.
=== FOOTBALL ===
Arizona Cardinals - Released defensive tackle Bruce Gaston; promoted running
back Kerwynn Williams from the practice squad to the active roster.
Dallas Cowboys - Activated defensive end Demarcus Lawrence from injured
reserve/designated to return; waived defensive end Lavar Edwards.
Kansas City Chiefs - Released defensive end Damion Square; promoted defensive
back Daniel Sorensen from the practice squad to the active roster.
New York Jets - Promoted quarterback Matt Simms from the practice squad to the
active roster; released wide receiver Chris Owusu.
San Diego Chargers - Promoted safety Adrian Phillips from the practice squad
to the active roster; released running back Shaun Draughn.
Washington Redskins - Promoted safety Phillip Thomas from the practice squad
to the active roster; waived defensive end Clifton Geathers.
=== HOCKEY ===
Carolina Hurricanes - Activated forward Patrick Dwyer off injured reserve.
Toronto Maple Leafs - Recalled forward Sam Carrick from Toronto (AHL);
assigned defenseman Stuart Percy to Toronto.
=== COLLEGE ===
Texas A&M - Suspended quarterback Kenny Hill two games for violating team
rules and athletic department policies.