- "Time for Weeden to live up to contract" (AFC North Blog) - "The Browns didn't buckle in guaranteeing a fourth year to first-round pick Brandon Weeden, and I can understand why given their quarterback history."
- "Browns’ Weeden no ordinary rookie" (Morning Journal) - "Brandon Weeden once dreamed of wearing blue Yankees pinstripes. He settled for a logo-less orange helmet."
- "The NFL’s Rookie Wage Scale is Working" (WFNY) - "The Cleveland Browns will have both Brandon Weeden and Trent Richardson in camp now that they’ve come to terms on contract with their two first round draft choices. That’s good news for the new rookie wage scale as well as for the Browns."
- "Browns need youngsters to step up at linebacker" (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 two weeks."
- "Steelers, Tomlin agree to extension" (AP) - "The Pittsburgh Steelers have ended at least one contract distraction before training camp starts. The team and coach Mike Tomlin agreed to an extension on Tuesday that will keep him on the sideline through at least 2016. Financial terms were not disclosed."
- "Falcons: Lofa Tatupu out for season" (ESPN) - "Atlanta Falcons coach Mike Smith says linebacker Lofa Tatupu will miss the upcoming season because of a pectoral injury. Smith said Tuesday tests revealed Tatupu will require season-ending surgery."
- "Jaguars' Blackmon pleads guilty to drunken driving" (AP) - "Jacksonville Jaguars first-round draft pick Justin Blackmon pleaded guilty Tuesday to drunken driving in Oklahoma last month and was given a sentence that includes no jail time for the former Oklahoma State star."
- "Drew Brees, Saints report for camp" (ESPN) - "Drew Brees walked into Saints headquarters wearing a black T-shirt with 'Guantanamo Bay' printed on it. It seemed like an appropriate choice of attire for New Orleans' locker room leader, given how the Saints may have to adopt a bunker mentality to overcome the fallout from the bounty scandal that has overshadowed their offseason."