- "Richardson to the rescue - Browns position report" (FS Ohio) - "As the Browns prepare to embark 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."
- "Browns rookies take moment to reflect on the game's past with HOF visit" (Plain Dealer) - "Quarterback Brandon Weeden spotted his brown No. 3 jersey hanging in the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday."
- "Juggernaut Index No. 28: The Cleveland Browns" (Roto Arcade) - "Before we discuss the 2012 edition of the Cleveland Browns, I'd like you to take a moment to appreciate just how relentlessly awful this team's offense has been since the franchise was reborn."
- "Weeden expected to be starting quarterback" (The Sports Xchange) - "If all goes as planned on Sept. 9, Brandon Weeden will become the 11th quarterback in 14 years to start a season opener for the Browns."
- "Richardson didn't need a rookie symposium to teach him how to act" (ESPN Cleveland) - "The NFL is trying hard this week to teach incoming rookies to avoid the hazards of stardom. The league’s Rookie Symposium is all about financial literacy and social responsibility. Keep your circle of friends small and research those you hire to handle your money."
- "Donovan McNabb eyes 3 teams" (ESPN) - "Quarterback Donovan McNabb says there's 'an 80 to 90 percent chance' he'll play this season."
- "Vilma suit asks for quick appeal ruling" (AP via SI.com) - "Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma is suing the NFL in federal court, claiming Commissioner Roger Goodell failed to make a timely appeal ruling regarding Vilma's season-long suspension in connection with the league's bounty investigation."
- "Niners' Aldon Smith hurt in incident" (ESPN) - "The San Francisco 49ers say linebacker Aldon Smith suffered minor injuries during an incident Friday night in San Jose, Calif., and that he is recovering comfortably."
- "Report: No talks yet between Texans, Schaub" (PFT) - "Drew Brees may not be the only veteran quarterback who completed a six-year contract with a new team without getting an extension."