- "Browns' Owens pushing for starting job" (AFC North Blog) - "Many believe, myself included, that rookie third-round pick Leon McFadden is going to start at cornerback for the Cleveland Browns this season. That could end up being a wrong assumption."
- "Browns facing questions on eve of minicamp" (Plain Dealer) - "The Browns open their three-day mandatory minicamp Tuesday morning with good news for the players whose heads are spinning from cramming in the new offense and defense during 10 days of organized team activities."
- "Browns 'jelling' as they ready for minicamp" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "The Cleveland Browns will complete the veteran portion of the offseason with this week’s minicamp, Tuesday through Thursday, at the Berea training facility."
- "TJ Ward Says Browns Defense Has Chance to be 'Really Great'" (92.3 The Fan) - "Browns safety TJ Ward joined Bull & Fox to talk evaluate the team through the three weeks of OTAs, the uptempo pace of practices, the difference in the defense so far under coordinator Ray Horton, taking on the leadership role along with D’Qwell Jackson in the back end of the defense..."
- "Deacon Jones of famed Fearsome Foursome dead at 74" (AP) - "David 'Deacon' Jones, the original sackmaster, has died. The Hall of Fame defensive end credited with terming the word sack for how he knocked down quarterbacks, was 74. The Washington Redskins said that Jones died of natural causes at his home in Southern California on Monday night."
- "Jim Kelly diagnosed with upper jaw-bone cancer" (CBS Sports) - "Former Buffalo Bills quarterback and Hall of Famer Jim Kelly has been diagnosed with cancer in his upper jaw bone stemming from squamous cell carcinoma."
- "Sam Shields signs one-year tender" (ESPN) - "Cornerback Sam Shields signed his one-year tender worth $2,023,000 with the Green Bay Packers, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter."
- "Raiders like Pryor’s 'athletic skill set,' but his QB play needs work" (PFT) - "Terrelle Pryor is a great athlete. He has a long way to go before he’s a good quarterback. That’s the word from Raiders coach Dennis Allen, who said today that he appreciates Pryor’s effort but wants to see him get better at all the aspects of playing quarterback in the NFL."