- "Browns' Barkevious Mingo, Pittsburgh Steelers' Jarvis Jones ready for new challenges" (Morning Journal) - "For the first time in their NFL careers, but definitely not the last, Barkevious Mingo and Jarvis Jones crossed paths on the same football field Tuesday afternoon. The AFC rookie symposium at the Browns’ training complex in Berea was the occasion."
- "Armonty Bryant admits to substance abuse, but says NFL symposium will help stay sober" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns rookie defensive end Armonty Bryant admitted Tuesday to a substance abuse problem. But with the help of fellow rookie Barkevious Mingo, team support and some powerful messages at this week's NFL rookie symposium, he's working at staying sober."
- "Who's in line for an extension: Browns" (AFC North Blog) - "The only two players worthy of this discussion for the Cleveland Browns are center Alex Mack and T.J. Ward. While the Browns have enough cap room, roughly $31 million, to get both players signed beyond this season, the priority has to be Mack."
- "Jim Brown cancels speech to AFC Rookies, cites fatigue" (The SportsXchange) - "Citing fatigue, Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Brown has canceled a speech on Wednesday for AFC rookies at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio."
- "No charges filed against MJD in alleged bar fight" (AP) - "Maurice Jones-Drew will not be charged in connection with an alleged bar fight last month."
- "Aaron Hernandez investigation: Judge seals investigation records" (SI.com) - "New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has become a person of interest in a Massachusetts State Police investigation into the murder of 27-year-old Odin Lloyd."
- "Israel Idonije agrees to join Lions" (ESPN) - "The Detroit Lions and free agent defensive lineman Israel Idonije agreed to terms on a one-year contract Tuesday. The Lions announced the deal on their website and official Twitter feed."
- "Final exam: End of June means it's time to test your NFL knowledge" (CBS Sports) - "School's out for the kids, summer vacation is upon us, and before we all head out for some R&R with the 2013 season closing in, it's time for my annual final exam ... of the 2012 NFL season. It's fun to see what you remember from last season, and maybe learn a few things that slipped through the cracks."