- "Browns owner Jimmy Haslam apologizes to fans" (FS Ohio) - "Browns owner Jimmy Haslam addressed the crowd at the Northeast Ohio chapter of the National Football Foundation's annual scholar-athlete dinner on Tuesday night. He addressed the media, too, but he didn't take questions because of the ongoing FBI investigation into Haslam's company, Pilot/Flying J."
- "Armonty Bryant should have no place on the 2013 Cleveland Browns" (Plain Dealer) - "The Browns should cut ties with seventh-round pick Armonty Bryant. The defensive end was arrested at 3:46 a.m. Friday morning in Oklahoma and charged with a Driving Under the Influence. That is not a reason to give up on Bryant."
- "Browns tight end Jordan Cameron is the next building block laid in place by former GM Tom Heckert" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Don’t forget about him: The Browns’ offense this year should be left mostly in the hands of Brandon Weeden and Trent Richardson, Josh Gordon and Greg Little. Possibly three-fifths of the starting offensive line also was laid in place by former GM Tom Heckert."
- "This is still Brandon Weeden's job to lose" (AFC North Blog) - "League sources told The Plain Dealer last week that Jason Campbell will be given a legitimate shot at winning the starting quarterback job. Translation: This is the Cleveland Browns' latest reminder to Brandon Weeden that he will be not be handed anything."
- "Underwood to sing 'Sunday Night Football' theme" (AP) - "Carrie Underwood will take over the theme song for 'Sunday Night Football,' with NBC sticking to the formula of a female country music star for its intro."
- "Report: Titus Young arrested twice" (ESPN) - "Former Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young was arrested twice in a 15-hour span Sunday, according to an Oakland (Mich.) Press report."
- "Ryan Clark: Tom Brady 'sees ghosts' under pressure" (NFL.com) - "When players take on the offseason television junket in preparation for their post-football careers, it can lead to some down-the-road bulletin-board material."
- "Jaguars owner 'fascinated' with fans wanting Tebow in Jacksonville" (CBS Sports) - "Tim Tebow would probably love to get his hands on a time machine, go back to March 2012, and green-light that trade that would've sent him from Denver to his hometown of Jacksonville. Instead, Tebow nixed the Jaguars deal and opted for the bright lights and big stage of New York City."