- "A pressing problem: The Browns and the media" (FS Ohio) - "Only the Cleveland Browns could grant a writer unprecedented access to the team’s draft preparation, then wind up reading a story about how paranoid and defensive the team is. Think about it."
- "Cleveland Browns lack identity at QB" (Morning Journal) - "The more the Browns say that Brandon Weeden is their guy, the more they keep bringing in other quarterbacks ... you know, just in case. So far the backup quarterback roster in Berea includes Jason Campbell, Brian Hoyer, Thaddeus Lewis, two clerks from a Pilot Flying J truck stop in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., and Charles Ramsey."
- "Weeden still has to like his chances" (AFC North Blog) - "Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden told The Plain Dealer that he wasn't given any advance warning that the team was going to sign Brian Hoyer, and that he hasn't been told of Hoyer's role."
- "Eyes on Berea: Week One OTAs" (ESPN Cleveland) - "The skinny – The Browns held their first OTA with both rookies and vets this week. Over the next three weeks the Browns will hold practices Tuesday through Thursday and the media will only be allowed to view the final day of each week."
- "Seahawks DE Bruce Irvin suspended 4 games" (AP) - "Seattle Seahawks defensive end Bruce Irvin was suspended for the first four games of the 2013 season on Friday after the league announced he violated the NFL policy on performance-enhancing substances."
- "DE Dwight Freeney to join Chargers" (ESPN) - "The San Diego Chargers made a move to bolster their pass rush Saturday, agreeing to a deal with defensive end Dwight Freeney."
- "Broncos reportedly gain 2013 cap space in Manning contract" (NFL.com) - "The Denver Broncos reportedly gained some salary cap flexibility over the next two years from the alterations made to quarterback Peyton Manning's contract last week."
- "Which offensive rookies will make the biggest impact in 2013?" (CBS Sports) - "This wasn't the sexiest draft for youngsters on the offensive side of the ball: one quarterback taken in the first round, a heavy run on offensive linemen, the first year since 1963 with no running back taken in the first round, and a slew of wide receivers who all have question marks."