SUSPENDED: For 30 days by the NFL, for unspecified violations of the league's substance-abuse policy: linebacker EMANUEL KING, 25, and cornerback DARYL SMITH, 25, of the Cincinnati Bengals; cornerback TERRY TAYLOR, 27, of the Seattle Seahawks; All-Pro defensive lineman BRUCE SMITH, 25, of the Buffalo Bills; and wide receiver JOHN TAYLOR, 26, of the San Francisco 49ers. Fourteen players have been suspended so far this year for having violated the policy.
TRADED: By the Houston Astros, infielder DENNY WALLING, 34, to the St. Louis Cardinals for righthanded pitcher BOB FORSCH, 38; by the Baltimore Orioles, outfielder FRED LYNN, 36, to the Detroit Tigers for three minor leaguers to be named later. The Tigers also traded two minor league players to the Kansas City Royals for righthander TED POWER, 33.
By the NBA San Antonio Spurs, forward WALTER BERRY, 24, to the New Jersey Nets for forward DALLAS COMEGYS, 24; by the Utah Jazz, backup center MEL TURPIN, 27, to a professional team in Zaragoza, Spain, for center JOSE ORTIZ, 24.
By the NFL Washington Redskins, quarterback JAY SCHROEDER, 27, to the Los Angeles Raiders for offensive lineman JIM LACHEY, 25, and several unspecified draft choices.