KANSAS CITY—The All- Fellowship of Christian Athletes Team was announced today with several repeaters, including the Steelers' Ernie Holmes and free agents Joe Gilliam and Mack Herron. The 11-member all-star team, selected on arrests rather than actual convictions:
?Possession: Ernie Holmes, Steelers; Darryl Carlton, Dolphins; Ken Payne, Packers; Shelby Jordan, Patriots; and Gilliam.
?Firecrackers on airplane: Terry Metcalf, Cardinals.
?Holding Vitamin C: Mack Herron, cut by Rams.
?Herb in car: John Matuszak, Redskins.
?Accident-scene leaving: Jeff Winans, Raiders.
?Disturbing peace: Scott Anderson, Vikings.
?Punching bicycle rider: Mark Koncar, Packers.
Each member of the all-star team will receive galley proofs of Lance Rentzel's new book and life-size posters of W. K. Hicks, Warren Wells, Paul Hornung and Alex Karras.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.—Quarterback Craig Morton of the New Jersey Dwarfs said today he is contemplating legal action against a clothing manufacturer he represents for using his picture in a magazine ad. Morton said the photograph, which showed the veteran passer in bikini briefs, had forced him to change his phone number 27 times since it appeared.