- "Fujita vs. Goodell dispute heads to court" (FS Ohio) - "The NFL bounty wrangling continues and now heads to court. Again."
- "Colt McCoy wants to stay" (AFC North Blog) - "Colt McCoy has gone 6-15 as the Browns quarterback and watched the team draft a quarterback in the first round after his first full season as Cleveland's starter. This isn't exactly how McCoy envisioned the start of his NFL career."
- "NFL, Browns want to make fans feel at home even in the stadium" (Plain Dealer) - "From his seat in Section 501 at Cleveland Browns Stadium, season-ticket holder Tim Rychel often text messages a friend in Cincinnati to find out what's happening in the game he's attending."
- "Browns attendance is actually below average" (WFNY) - "Tickets and attendance have obviously been big news in Cleveland all year because the Indians have had difficulties drawing fans into the stadium. This has been amplified by Chris Perez’ statements wondering how Browns fans can justify supporting that team when he feels like the Indians are legitimately competing for the playoffs."
- "NFLPA sues 'biased' Goodell; Vilma wants 2012 suspension tossed" (AP via SI.com) - "The NFL Players Association filed a lawsuit against the NFL on behalf of three players suspended in connection with the bounty investigation, calling Commissioner Roger Goodell 'incurably and evidently biased.'"
- "32 draft picks remain unsigned" (PFT) - "In past years, the process of signing draft picks didn’t heat up until after the Fourth of July. This year, more than 200 draft picks already have inked four-year deals."
- "Amani Toomer favors Tony Romo" (ESPN) - "Former New York Giants wide receiver Amani Toomer says Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is better than Giants quarterback Eli Manning."
- "Mangold ahead of schedule in Olympic lifting" (AP via Yahoo! Sports) - "Holley Mangold is accustomed to making headlines. She was, after all, the only girl on her high school football team in Ohio, maybe not that big of a surprise since she's the sister of New York Jets center Nick Mangold."