- "Browns' draft-room exclusive access leaves Grantland writer frustrated by paranoia" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Inside the Browns’ draft room: Unbeknownst to many, the Browns gave exclusive access over the three days of last month’s draft to a writer from Grantland.com, a highbrow sports Website created by ESPN contributor Bill Simmons."
- "Bryant's last chance begins at minicamp" (FS Ohio) - "Armonty Bryant starts his NFL career in a tough spot. On strike two. And a half. He has no one to blame but himself. Arrested last fall on campus at East Central Oklahoma University, Bryant got arrested again last week near campus -- for DUI -- just six days after the Cleveland Browns selected him in the seventh round of the NFL Draft."
- "Mingo’s talent, work ethic bring high expectations for Browns’ top draft pick" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "Tucked on the far sideline of the fieldhouse on a dreary Saturday, Barkevious Mingo was put through outside linebacker drills by assistant coach Brian Baker."
- "With three Kruger boys in the NFL, what’s a mom to do?" (Beacon Journal) - "Jennifer Kruger’s moment of truth for the 2013 football season came not long after the conclusion of the NFL Draft. With three sons and a son-in-law on NFL rosters, she anxiously opened the Browns’ and Philadelphia Eagles’ schedules on separate windows on her computer and compared them side-by-side."
- "Steelers Hall of Famer Jack Butler dies at 85" (AP) - "Jack Butler, who helped revolutionize the way cornerbacks played in the NFL during his Hall of Fame career with the Pittsburgh Steelers, died Saturday after a lengthy battle with a staph infection. He was 85."
- "Rookie minicamp first impressions" (ESPN) - "The rookie-camp phase of the offseason has ended. Next, the OTAs begin. Over the weekend, 23 teams held rookie minicamps. Last week, the other nine teams completed their rookie camps."
- "Ex-Lions receiver Young arrested again in Calif" (AP) - "Authorities say former Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young has been arrested in California for the third time in a week."
- "Versatile Watt, powerful Ngata, Wilfork best of defensive linemen" (SI.com) - "It's not enough to refer to defensive linemen as simply defensive linemen. In fact, it's not enough to call tackles just tackles and ends just ends. There is a lot more to the job description."