- "Trent Richardson or not, Cleveland Browns RB Montario Hardesty's confidence is unshaken" (Plain Dealer) - "With all due respect to Trent Richardson, Browns running back Montario Hardesty, whom the Browns once had such high hopes for, is certain he's every bit as good as the Browns' top pick."
- "Browns getting true competitor in Weeden" (FS Ohio) - "Brandon Weeden stood at a podium at Cleveland Browns minicamp and spoke about his days as a minor league pitcher in the New York Yankees organization. He talked of guys who hit him well, then he was asked if he ever hit anybody intentionally."
- "Mohamed Massaquoi accepts organization’s challenge to break out" (Beacon Journal) - "Mohamed Massaquoi ran a deep fade route to the back corner of the end zone, watched the ball fall into his hands and dropped it."
- "Browns' Richardson itching for first hit" (AFC North Blog) - "Browns running back Trent Richardson is doing everything right as a rookie. He looks fast. He looks elusive making cuts. He just doesn't look totally comfortable during Browns mandatory minicamp."
- "Source: Roman Harper, Jo-Lonn Dunbar earned cash incentives for hits during Saints playoff win" (Yahoo! Sports) - "When documentary filmmaker Sean Pamphilon visited NFL headquarters three weeks ago to play a much-publicized Gregg Williams audiotape, league security officials were particularly interested in a sequence in which the former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator announced $200 rewards for 'whack' hits by cornerback Roman Harper and linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar in last January's playoff victory over the Detroit Lions, Yahoo! Sports has learned."
- "Report: Bounty appeals June 18" (ESPN) - "The four players suspended for their roles in the New Orleans Saints' bounty program will have their appeals heard by commissioner Roger Goodell on June 18, a source with knowledge of the situation told NFL.com."
- "Vilma faces tough task against the most powerful man in sports" (SI.com) - "The case of Jonathan Vilma v. Roger Goodell is being tried on the Internet, in arbitrators' offices, and our court system. It seems like it is just about the Saints and the bounties they supposedly handed out: $1,000 for a cart-off, $500 for a knockdown, $250 for a bloody nose, $30 for anything requiring a Band-Aid."
- "Banner out as Eagles president" (PFT) - "After the dust had fully settled on a disappointing season that seemed to entail minimal changes to the coaching staff and front office, the Eagles have finally dropped a bomb."