- "Scott Fujita must miss first three games" (Plain Dealer) - "NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell upheld his suspension of Browns linebacker Scott Fujita and three other players disciplined for their alleged role in the New Orleans Saints bounty program."
- "Richardson is a man on a mission" (Fox Sports) - "Jim Brown is the greatest player in Cleveland Browns history, if not the entire NFL. Trent Richardson hopes to earn those same accolades for himself someday."
- "AFC North training camp battles" (AFC North Blog) - "There was speculation that the Browns would move veteran cornerback Sheldon Brown to safety when they let Mike Adams sign with the Broncos in free agency. Others thought the team would give the job to Young, who started eight games for the injured T.J. Ward last season."
- "Top 100 players, two Browns, barely" (Canton Rep) - "Flying under the radar is no problem for the Browns as they approach 2012 season.The NFL doesn’t even know they exist."
- "Pasquarelli: 'D' word pushing NFL veterans toward retirement" (The Sports Xchange) - "Occasionally, players actually retire from the NFL of their own volition. More often than not, though, they are pointed toward the recliner by the job market, or the lack of one, nudged into civilian life on someone else's terms rather than their own."
- "Drew Brees wins tag ruling" (ESPN) - "Arbitrator Stephen Burbank has ruled in favor of New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees in his grievance over the designation of his franchise tag."
- "Report: Rams’ Brody Eldridge suspended four games by NFL" (SI.com) - "St. Louis Rams tight end Brody Eldridge has been suspended four games by the NFL for violating the league’s banned substances policy, the Sports Xchange’s Howard Balzer reported on Twitter Monday."
- "Next franchise-tag battle could be three-tag limit" (PFT) - "Now that arbitrator Stephen Burbank has ruled that franchise tags stack when applied to the same player by different teams, the next big question under Article 10 of the labor deal is whether a player can be limited by the franchise tag more than three times in his career."