- "Browns appear no closer to deal with top picks Trent Richardson and Brandon Weeden" (Plain Dealer) - "There's been no movement yet on a deal for No. 3 overall pick Trent Richardson even though the two players drafted ahead of him, Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III, have signed their four-year deals, a league source said."
- "Browns say they have no excuses this season" (Morning Journal) - "A summer of hope and change begins for the Browns Tuesday when rookies report to training camp followed by the veterans two days later."
- "Examining 10 questions about the Browns’ offense heading into training camp" (Beacon Journal) - "The collection of embarrassing performances turned in by the Browns’ offense last season prompted the organization to embark on an aggressive overhaul in recent months."
- "Cribbs sets new goals, wants to stay" (FS Ohio) - "Another year of uncertainty and new beginnings for the Cleveland Browns coincides with the most uncertain situation Joshua Cribbs has faced since he was a skinny undrafted rookie trying to make a position switch and make the NFL, period, in 2005."
- "Lions' Berry arrested again in Pennsylvania" (AP) - "Detroit Lions cornerback Aaron Berry has been arrested in Pennsylvania for the second time this offseason. Cpl. Kyle Gautsch of the Harrisburg Police Department says Berry was taken into custody early Saturday morning on three charges of simple assault."
- "Drew Brees affidavit supports Vilma" (ESPN) - "New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees defended teammate Jonathan Vilma in a court document filed Saturday to support Vilma's fight against the NFL over his season-long suspension."
- "Eagles' DT Patterson ruled out for training camp" (AP) - "The Philadelphia Eagles have ruled out defensive tackle Mike Patterson for their entire training camp and possibly more because the incision where he had brain surgery in January hasn't fully healed."
- "Report: Broncos offer Clady $50 million extension" (PFT) - "Mike Klis of the Denver Post reports that the Denver Broncos have made left tackle Ryan Clady a five-year, $50 million contract offer that would include $28 million guaranteed. As noted by Klis, the $10 million average annual value would put Clady with the NFL’s top-five highest-paid left tackles."