- "Receiver Travis Benjamin finishes rookie minicamp strong" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "The finish was better than the start for receiver Travis Benjamin. Travis Benjamin ended Browns rookie minicamp on a high note, catching a number of passes and showing nice speed. The fourth-round pick from the University of Miami made a nice catch in front of the goal line, turned and scored in the final minutes of practice Sunday on the final day of rookie minicamp."
- "Shurmur says Brandon Weeden ‘headed in the right direction’ as he pursues starting QB job" (Beacon Journal) - "Browns coach Pat Shurmur says Brandon Weeden is off to a strong start in his pursuit of the team’s starting quarterback job."
- "Keeping Perspective on Browns Rookie Camp Storylines" (WFNY) - "I was unable to make it to rookie camp this weekend to see and behold the skills of Brandon Weeden and Trent Richardson. In some ways that’s probably a good thing."
- "Colt McCoy's father was catalyst for necessary change in NFL's sideline medical procedures" (Plain Dealer) - "I wanted to talk to Brad McCoy, the high school coach who changed pro football Monday, but he didn't return a message I left for him."
- "NFLPA grievance set for Wednesday" (AP via ESPN) - "The NFL players' union grievance against the league in the Saints bounties scandal will be heard Wednesday."
- "Cutler: Thumb fine, ready to return" (AP via Yahoo! Sports) - "Quarterback Jay Cutler says his right thumb is fine and he can't wait to return to lead a significantly upgraded Bears offense."
- "Jason Peters needs second Achilles surgery after fall" (PFT) - "Jason Peters‘ offseason has gone from bad to worse. Derrick Gunn of CSNPhilly.com reports that Peters, the Eagles left tackle who suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon on March 27, has now re-injured the Achilles in an accident at his home, six weeks after he had surgery to repair the tendon."
- "Vikings shield books in $975M Minn. stadium deal" (AP via Yahoo! Sports) - "The Vikings stadium deal that Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton signed into law Monday involves plenty of public participation, but it also prevents the public from getting a look at the team's finances during their partnership to build the $975 million stadium."