=== Sports Transactions from The Sports Network ===
=== Friday, March 6, 2015 ===
=== BASEBALL ===
Texas Rangers - Signed pitcher Joe Beimel to a one-year contract.
=== BASKETBALL ===
Los Angeles Clippers - Signed forward Jordan Hamilton to a 10-day contract.
Utah Jazz - Signed guard Bryce Cotton to a second 10-day contract; signed
forward Jerrelle Benimon to a 10-day contract.
=== FOOTBALL ===
Carolina Panthers - Signed offensive tackle Michael Oher.
Chicago Bears - Signed quarterback Jimmy Clausen to a one-year contract.
Denver Broncos - Tendered exclusive-rights contract offers to linebacker
Brandon Marshall, guard Ben Garland and offensive tackle Paul Cornick.
Jacksonville Jaguars - Re-signed defensive end Ryan Davis.
Kansas City Chiefs - Released defensive tackle Vance Walker.
National Football League - Suspended free-agent safety LaRon Landry 10 games
without pay for violating the league policy on performance-enhancing
New England Patriots - Re-signed long snapper Tyler Ott.
New York Jets - Re-signed linebacker David Harris.
Oakland Raiders - Released linebacker Nick Roach, safety Usama Young and
running back Maurice Jones-Drew.
Pittsburgh Steelers - Signed quarterback Tajh Boyd.
San Diego Chargers - Agreed to terms with wide receiver Jacoby Jones on a two-
Seattle Seahawks - Signed running back Marshawn Lynch to a two-year contract
extension; defensive end Greg Scruggs to a one-year contract; terminated the
contract of tight end Zach Miller; waived tackles Garrett Scott and Jesse
Washington Redskins - Re-signed tight end Niles Paul.
=== HOCKEY ===
Boston Bruins - Signed defenseman Torey Krug to a one-year contract extension
through the 2015-16 season and forward Reilly Smith to a two-year contract
extension through the 2016-17 season.
Buffalo Sabres - Recalled goaltender Andrey Makarov from Rochester (AHL).
Carolina Hurricanes - Activated defeseman Ryan Murphy from injured reserve.
Florida Panthers - Assigned defenseman Shane O'Brien to San Antonio (AHL).
Winnipeg Jets - Recalled forward Eric O'Dell from St. John's (AHL).
=== COLLEGE ===
Appalachian State - Named Melissa Anderson assistant women's soccer coach.
Holy Cross - Fired head men's basketball coach Milan Brown.
NCAA - Placed Syracuse on five years of probation and suspended men's
basketball coach Jim Boeheim nine conference games next season.
Samford - Signed head men's basketball coach Scott Padgett to a four-year