- "3 more plead guilty in probe of Pilot Flying J" (AP) - "Three more employees of the truck stop chain owned by the Cleveland Browns' owner and Tennessee's governor pleaded guilty Tuesday in what authorities call a scheme to cheat trucking firms out of rebates."
- "Barkevious Mingo: 'This defense could be the best in the league'" (Plain Dealer) - "After spring practices and minicamps, Browns first-round pick Barkevious Mingo made a bold prediction about his new defense."
- "Jamoris Slaughter has eye on successful comeback, starting free safety job" (Beacon Journal) - "Browns rookie free safety Jamoris Slaughter is ready to take the next major step in his comeback attempt and his young career."
- "Bon Jovi cancellation is an opportunity for Cleveland Browns" (Plain Dealer) - "The temptation is to blame the Browns for the cancellation of the July 14 "Fan Kickoff Concert" at FirstEnergy Stadium with Bon Jovi. But then word came that Bon Jovi also canceled his concert on July 16 at Noblesville, Ind. We don't know all the details of the collapse of the Browns' kickoff concert because the Browns have said nothing of consequence."
- "Police visit home of Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez" (AP) - "State and local police spent hours at the home of New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez on Tuesday night as another group of officers searched an industrial park about a mile away where a body was discovered the day before."
- "Russell Wilson faces new pressure" (ESPN) - "Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson spent last week's minicamp doing what he usually does -- saying all the right things. He talked about the need to grow and expand on what he did in his impressive rookie season."
- "Bruce Arians to use Larry Fitzgerald in multiple ways" (NFL.com) - "The Arizona Cardinals' death spiral over the final three months of the 2012 season was powerful enough to drag Larry Fitzgerald into the abyss. The dynamic wide receiver suffered through the worst statistical season of his nine-year career as Arizona lost 11 of its last 12 games."
- "Marcedes Lewis: One London game no problem, but two too much" (CBS Sports) - "Jacksonville tight end Marcedes Lewis is one of the leaders of the Jaguars and is also highly respected by players around the NFL. So what he says about the prospects of the Jaguars -- or any other team -- playing games in London matters."