- "Fujita remains 100% committed to playing in 2012 despite ongoing bounty controversy" (Plain Dealer) - "Despite having his brain rattled, his hand broken and his reputation battered by the bounty scandal all within the past nine months, Browns linebacker Scott Fujita is still 100 percent committed to playing in 2012, he said Monday."
- "Browns setting stage for several position battles" (Beacon Journal) - "Several position battles will be waged this summer in Berea as the Browns prepare for the 2012 season."
- "Will Richardson be NFL's best RB in 2015?" (AFC North Blog) - "Two AFC North players made the top-10 running back rankings for 2015 , which was put together by Matt Williamson from Scouts Inc. Neither choice will surprise you, although their ranking might cause you to do a double take."
- "Maybe this Browns fan can turn the team around" (Plain Dealer) - "In most sports towns, fans look to their teams for inspiration, for role models, for lessons to get them through life."
- "NFL to start hiring possible replacement refs" (AP via Yahoo! Sports) - "The NFL will start hiring and training possible replacement officials with a deal not yet completed with the NFL Referees Association."
- "Winning division didn't stop Texans from bold offseason changes" (SI.com) - "Before I get to the state of the Texans, and the running back driving fantasy football players crazy, as well as a local boy in Queens having the time of his life and the latest in Bountyville, here's a preamble about the life span of the best prospects in football."
- "Texans' Matt Schaub, Arian Foster and Andre Johnson form NFL's top trio" (NFP via Yahoo! Sports) - "It has been awhile since the NFL has seen a set of triplets like the Dallas Cowboys' three Hall of Famers: Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin. But there are some pretty good trios in the NFL today."
- "What was Jim Harbaugh's point?" (ESPN) - "There are 94 days until the regular-season opener and less than eight weeks until the first training camps open. Where has the offseason gone?"