- "Browns have done a lot of work on ex-Baylor WR Josh Gordon in advance of Thursday's supplemental draft" (ESPN Cleveland) - "The Browns will have two scouts in attendance for the pro day workout today of former Baylor wideout Josh Gordon, the only prominent name among eight in the NFL summer supplemental draft on Thursday."
- "Baylor's Josh Gordon impresses in workout before Thursday's NFL Supplemental Draft 2012" (Plain Dealer) - "Former Baylor wide receiver Josh Gordon, whom the Browns are considering bidding on in Thursday's supplemental draft, had an impressive pro day Tuesday in Houston and should have plenty of suitors this week."
- "Browns '12 offensive line could be a strength" (FS Ohio) - "As the Browns prepare to embark upon their second season under Pat Shurmur there are many questions that remain. With training camp opening Sat. July 28, we’re going to take a position-by-position analysis of the current roster as the team heads to camp over the next few weeks."
- "No. 32 power ranking should spur Browns to action" (Ohio.com) - "ProFootballTalk.com’s ranking of the Browns as the weakest team in the NFL should do more than outrage their loyal followers.It should show the organization’s front office and its marketing and public relations staffs just how far they have to go to restore faith."
- "Sources: Drew Brees may skip camp" (ESPN) - "If Drew Brees does not have a long-term contract in place by Monday's 4 p.m. ET deadline, the New Orleans Saints quarterback has no plans to sign his franchise tender and report to training camp, according to league and team sources."
- "David Lee Roth: Van Halen wants to do Super Bowl halftime" (PFT) - "We noted last month that there’s speculation that Van Halen will perform the next Super Bowl halftime show. Lead singer David Lee Roth says the band hasn’t been offered the gig, but they’ll jump at the chance if asked."
- "Report: Bud Adams was willing to pay Peyton $25 million a year" (PFT) - "When he signed with the Broncos, Peyton Manning got a contract that will pay him a little more than $19 million a season. But Manning could have made significantly more than that."
- "Packers report record $42.7 million profit" (The Sports Xchange) - "A Super Bowl championship paid off handsomely in the financial ledger for the Green Bay Packers, who reported a record $42.7 million profit for the fiscal year that ended March 31."