=== Sports Transactions from The Sports Network ===
=== Tuesday, November 12, 2013 ===
=== BASEBALL ===
Texas Rangers - Named Bengie Molina first base coach and catching instructor;
named Bobby Jones assistant hitting coach.
Toronto Blue Jays - Announced the retirement of infielder Mark DeRosa.
=== BASKETBALL ===
New Orleans Pelicans - Signed swingman Josh Childress and forward Lou
Amundson; waived forwards Lance Thomas and Arinze Onuaku.
Utah Jazz - Waived guard Jamaal Tinsley.
=== FOOTBALL ===
Atlanta Falcons - Placed tackle Sam Baker on injured reserve; released
linebacker Thomas Howard; activated linebacker Sean Weatherspoon from injured
Buffalo Bills - Signed defensive end Ikponmwosa Igbinosun to the practice
Green Bay Packers - Signed quarterback Matt Flynn; placed quarterback Seneca
Wallace on injured reserve.
Houston Texans - Released safety Ed Reed; placed running back Arian Foster on
Kansas City Chiefs - Signed wide receiver Rashad Ross to the practice squad;
released guard Chandler Burden from the practice squad.
National Football League - Suspended Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker LaRoy
Reynolds for four games.
Philadelphia Eagles - Signed wide receiver Brad Smith; released wide receiver
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL) - Named Wade Miller president and CEO.
San Diego Chargers - Placed linebacker Larry English on injured reserve;
signed linebacker Adrian Robinson.
San Francisco 49ers - Activated linebacker Nick Moody from the injured
reserve/designated for return list; waived cornerback Perrish Cox and wide
receiver Kyle Williams.
=== HOCKEY ===
Chicago Blackhawks - Agreed to terms with forward Andrew Shaw on a two-year
Dallas Stars - Placed forward Ray Whitney on injured reserve; recalled forward
Travis Morin from Texas (AHL).
Phoenix Coyotes - Recalled forward Chris Brown from Portland (AHL).
Tampa Bay Lightning - Recalled forward J.T. Brown and defenseman Dmitry
Korobov from Syracuse (AHL).
Vancouver Canucks - Recalled forward David Booth from a conditioning
assignment with Utica (AHL); assigned forward Darren Archibald to Utica.