“We’d like to get it done as soon as possible so we can start the recovery process,” Clifton said. Wolves’ Foye cited for fight MINNEAPOLIS – Minnesota Timberwolves rookie Randy Foye was cited early Monday for disorderly conduct after police found him in a fight outside a gas station. Foye and two others were released after receiving citations, Lt. Amelia Huffman said. A fourth person, Pierre D. Mitchell, was booked into Hennepin County jail for obstructing the legal process after he kicked at officers while refusing to be seated in a squad car. Huskers’ Lucky hospitalized LINCOLN, Neb. – Nebraska running back Marlon Lucky was hospitalized Monday for undisclosed reasons after Lincoln police responded to a call at his residence. The Nebraska athletic department said in a release Monday that Lucky was admitted Sunday night. Speedway TV executive dies INDIANAPOLIS – Buddy McAtee, president and chief operating officer of IMS Productions, died Monday after a two-year battle with cancer. He was 53. McAtee, responsible for the television production of all IndyCar Series races, died at the Indiana University Medical Center, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway said. Pound unfazed by reprimand LONDON – The head of the World Anti-Doping Agency said Monday the International Olympic Committee was wrong to reprimand him for criticizing Lance Armstrong last year. “This has nothing to do with either the IOC ethics commission or the IOC board,” Dick Pound told The Associated Press by telephone from Montreal. “Anything I do or say in relation to doping is done in my capacity with WADA. The IOC chastised Pound last week for comments about the seven-time Tour de France winner, suggesting he should be “a bit careful” with his words. Pound, a frequent critic of cycling’s doping record, criticized a Dutch report last year that cleared the seven-time Tour de France winner of doping allegations. Pound said the report was prepared by a lawyer with no expertise in doping control and the WADA was considering legal action against him. Jackson’s assailant convicted INDIANAPOLIS – A man who hit former Indiana Pacers guard Stephen Jackson with a car during a fight outside a strip club last fall was convicted Monday in a ruling by a judge. Deon Willford waived his right to a jury trial and allowed Marion Superior Court Judge Patricia Gifford to render a verdict. She found the 23-year-old man guilty of felony battery and failure to stop at a scene of an accident, a misdemeanor. He will be sentenced Feb. 28. He faces two to eight years in prison for the felony and up to a year for the misdemeanor. Notable TENNIS: Second-ranked Rafael Nadal withdrew from the Open 13 tournament in Marseille, France because of a thigh injury that prevented him from playing in the Davis Cup last weekend. NFL: Mike Reinfeldt, Seattle’s vice president of football operations, was hired as general manager of the Tennessee Titans, the franchise for which he once played. He replaces Floyd Reese, who resigned on Jan. 5, a month before his contract expired … Tiki Barber will work for NBC next year after spending most of the 2006 NFL season entertaining bids from various networks for jobs in both news and sports. COLLEGE FOOTBALL: The NCAA alleges Oklahoma failed to adequately monitor the employment of several athletes, including some football players who worked during the academic year. The NCAA’s findings came in an investigation after Oklahoma self-reported violations and dismissed starting quarterback Rhett Bomar and offensive lineman J.D. Quinn in August for taking excess pay from a Norman car dealership where they worked. From wire reports 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! NEW YORK – Time Warner Inc. has reached a deal to sell the Atlanta Braves baseball team to Liberty Media Corp. after more than a year of negotiations, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday. The deal, which must be approved by Major League Baseball, would involve Time Warner transferring the Braves, a group of craft magazines and $1 billion in cash to Liberty in exchange for about 60 million shares of Time Warner, the Journal reported, citing an unidentified person familiar with the deal. New York also cut linebacker Carlos Emmons and offensive tackle Luke Petitgout, both of whom were slowed by injuries over the last two seasons. The release of Arrington ended a brief and unsatisfying tenure with the Giants for the former Pro Bowler, who was signed last year for $49 million over seven years but suffered an Achilles injury against Dallas on Oct. 23 and played in only six games. Orioles’ Benson may miss year BALTIMORE – Orioles pitcher Kris Benson has a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder and will almost certainly miss the 2007 season. A recent MRI exam revealed a partial tear, Benson’s agent, Gregg Clifton said Monday. The injury will require surgery, but the procedure has not yet been scheduled. Giants release Arrington EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The New York Giants released linebacker LaVar Arrington and two other starters Monday in the first major shake-up under new general manager Jerry Reese.