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

                       === Monday, October 28, 2013 ===

=== BASKETBALL ===

Houston Rockets - Waived center Marcus Camby and guard Reggie Williams.

National Basketball Association - Fined Memphis Grizzlies forward Ed Davis
$15,000.

Philadelphia 76ers - Signed forward Brandon Davies.

San Antonio Spurs - Exercised fourth-year options on forward Kawhi Leonard and
guard Cory Joseph.


=== FOOTBALL ===

Baltimore Ravens - Signed running back Bernard Scott.

Chicago Bears - Signed linebacker Larry Grant and quarterback Jordan Palmer;
waived tight end Steve Maneri, waived cornerback C.J. Wilson and signed him to
the practice squad; signed wide receiver Terrence Toliver to the practice
squad; released wide receiver Ricardo Lockette from the practice squad.

Houston Texans - Placed linebacker Brian Cushing on injured reserve; signed
running backs Ray Graham, Dennis Johnson and Deji Karim and linebackers
Tavares Gooden and Jeff Tarpinian to the active roster.

Indianapolis Colts - Promoted wide receiver Griff Whalen from the practice
squad to the active roster; signed center Thomas Austin to the practice squad.

Oakland Raiders - Waived offensive lineman Jack Cornell.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Placed wide receiver Mike Williams on injured reserve.

Tennessee Titans - Signed safety Corey Lynch.


=== HOCKEY ===

Anaheim Ducks - Recalled forward Rickard Rakell from Norfolk (AHL).

Columbus Blue Jackets - Returned forward Ryan Craig to Springfield (AHL).

Detroit Red Wings - Recalled forward Luke Glendening from Grand Rapids (AHL).

Montreal Canadiens - Recalled defenseman Greg Pateryn from Hamilton (AHL).

National Hockey League - Fined Los Angeles Kings forward Kyle Clifford
$2,756.41; suspended Phoenix Coyotes forward Martin Hanzal two games without
pay.

Phoenix Coyotes - Recalled forward Jordan Szwarz from Portland (AHL).

Toronto Maple Leafs - Recalled defenseman John-Michael Liles from Toronto
(AHL).


=== COLLEGE ===

Eastern Washington - Announced that women's soccer head coach George Hageage
will step down from his post at the conclusion of his contract on November 30,
2013. Assistant coach Julio Morales will assume the role on an interim basis.