- "Norv Turner makes it clear he’s in Brandon Weeden’s corner" (Beacon Journal) - "Although the Browns’ new regime, as a whole, obviously believes the jury is still out on whether Brandon Weeden can become a successful NFL quarterback, one of its prominent figures is definitely in his corner."
- "Mingo’s ex-teammate could be Browns sleeper" (Canton Rep) - "Jimmy Haslam and Joe Banner fired Tom Heckert on New Year’s Eve. Hardly anyone noticed when someone from the Browns authorized the signing of an outside linebacker named Kendrick Adams three days later. Adams is one fascinating f"
- "Jason Campbell used to new starts" (FS Ohio) - "The Cleveland Browns are changing again, and in that regard Jason Campbell already feels at home. Campbell comes to the Browns with plenty of stamps on his NFL passport, eight seasons of experience — and absolutely no guarantee of anything when it comes to a role in his new stop."
- "Horton talks OTAs, defensive install" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Cleveland Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton enjoys his work, especially when it comes to installing the team’s new 3-4 defensive front and working with the players acquired in the offseason."
- "Source: NFL teams implementing medical records system for protection from undisclosed injuries" (Yahoo! Sports) - "As the Houston Texans are left to wonder what they were or weren't told by safety Ed Reed about a hip injury that required surgery earlier this offseason, the NFL is taking a huge step toward eliminating such questions."
- "RGIII recovery by start of training camp ‘too early to tell,’ Redskins GM says" (SI.com) - "Washington Redskins general manager Bruce Allen said Monday that it’s 'too early to tell' whether star quarterback Robert Griffin III will be ready to participate in the team’s training camp in late July, hedging on previous bullish comments from head coach Mike Shanahan."
- "Bills DE Williams says texts taken out of context" (AP) - "Mario Williams refused to be labeled as someone who was emotionally unstable in dismissing questions about his mental state raised by a series of text messages from his former fiancee."
- "Super Bowl L should be for Lambeau" (ESPN) - "L should be for Lambeau. The National Football League has a standard for all Super Bowls: The next must be better than the last. The league always wants more innovation, up-to-date stadiums and a constantly improving atmosphere for its signature event."