- "McCoy hoping for fair shake" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "Quarterback Colt McCoy was under center for the first snap of every team drill Tuesday at the opening practice of organized team activities. How long he stays in that role is the hottest topic involving the Browns."
- "Good backup quarterbacks are valuable, and Colt McCoy could be that for Cleveland Browns" (Plain Dealer) - "A large number of media people and fans keep insisting the Browns have to cut or trade Colt McCoy."
- "Weeden learning to play offense with a TE" (FS Ohio) - "In 1999 Tim Couch surprised the assembled media when he admitted Chris Palmer’s voluminous playbook was a challenge because he played at Kentucky without one."
- "Despite a reshaped Greg Little, Browns receiving corps is still without a dominant performer" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Browns coach Pat Shurmur didn’t hesitate in naming Greg Little and Mohamed Massaquoi his top two receivers if the season started today."
- "NFLPA files collusion suit vs. NFL" (ESPN) - "The contentious relationship between the NFL and the NFL Players Association continued Wednesday when the union filed a federal lawsuit alleging the league and its owners conspired in collusion to establish a 'secret $123 million salary cap' in 2010, which under the previous labor agreement was designated as an uncapped year of spending."
- "Problems blown out of proportion as disharmony grows between NFL, players' association" (Yahoo! Sports) - "At a time the NFL and the Players Association normally would be enjoying a honeymoon period, their relationship appears to be about as comfortable as the Senate hearings on the Secret Service shenanigans in Cartagena."
- "Garrett: Cowboys don't plan to trade CB Jenkins" (AP via SI.com) - "Cornerback Mike Jenkins has been the notable absence for the Dallas Cowboys throughout offseason workouts and into this first week of organized team activities."
- "Osi an OTA no-show" (PFT) - "Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora, who hasn’t been happy with his current contract since the ink dried on it, is entering the final year of his deal."