- "Many Browns wore different uniforms" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Many former Cleveland Browns players and coaches also served in the United States military."
- "Former Browns' running back Jamal Lewis files for bankruptcy" (Sporting News via Cleveland.com) - "Jamal Lewis, a former starting running back for the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns, has filed for Chapter 11 protection, saying he owes more than $10.5 million in debts, TMZ.com reported."
- "Couch vs. Crowd" (OBR) - "NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell broached the topic of in-stadium engagement at the NFL League meetings May 22."
- "Hey Tony!" (ESPN Cleveland) - "This week, John of Delaware lowers the boom on Colt McCoy and Feraas of Cincinnati asks about veteran defensive tackles available."
- "Memorial Day: Athletes Killed In Action" (The Post Game) - "Memorial Day is all about honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom, and pro athletes have been part of that mix since World War I. Here's a look at some of the more notable athletes who lost their lives in service."
- "Is the end near for Brian Urlacher?" (ESPN) - "Hearing Brian Urlacher discuss the possibly of being a free agent after the 2012 season caught me a little off guard."
- "Deadline shift will have profound impact; Bears' Emery gets to work" (SI.com) - "Happy Memorial Day. I know for many of you, Memorial Day has become an extra day off, or the start of the summer."
- "Jon Beason rips 49ers' Alex Smith" (ESPN) - "Jon Beason may not play offensive tackle, but he's certainly not afraid to protect his quarterback."