- "Holmgren further explains not handing Brandon Weeden the QB job" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns President Mike Holmgren elaborated today on ESPN's Mike and Mike, with the show airing live from Progressive Field, about the organization's decision to make rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden compete with Colt McCoy and Seneca Wallace for the starting quarterback job."
- "Holmgren expects Browns to take 'jump'" (AFC North Blog) - "The pressure is mounting on Browns president Mike Holmgren and the rest of his regime after producing nine wins in two years in Cleveland."
- "Life after football has its challenges, but this former Browns special teamer has no regrets" (ESPN Cleveland) - "The perils of an NFL career: For 10 years in the NFL, the last four with the Browns, Nick Sorensen made a good living smashing into blockers on kickoffs and punts and tackling the returner."
- "Haden Nation returns for a second season" (FS Ohio) - "A random act of kindness a year ago led to Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden sponsoring a youth baseball team in the Canton area."
- "Hargrove disappointed NFL discussed his statement" (AP via Yahoo! Sports) - "Suspended former Saints defensive lineman Anthony Hargrove says he is disappointed his sworn statement regarding the NFL's bounty investigation was leaked and also that the league has ''grossly mischaracterized'' his words."
- "Cowboys not planning to trade CB" (ESPN) - "Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says he isn't planning on trading cornerback Mike Jenkins and hopes to keep him long-term despite drafting Morris Claiborne out of LSU with the sixth overall pick in April's draft and signing free agent Brandon Carr to a five-year, $50.1 million deal in the offseason."
- "Adrian Peterson's rehab progressing" (AP via ESPN) - "The Minnesota Vikings were running sprints during one of their workouts a couple of weeks ago, and Adrian Peterson was watching off to the side."
- "Carter says 'bounty' was poor choice of words" (PFT) - "A day after former NFL receiver Cris Carter launched into an extended riff about the use of bounties during his playing days, ignoring multiple efforts by ESPN Radio’s Mike Hill and Mark Schlereth to steer Carter toward a safe harbor of clarification and/or equivocation, Carter said on ESPN’s SportsCenter that 'bounty' may have been a poor choice of words."