- "Pilot Flying J gets 17th federal lawsuit" (Tennessean) - "A Mobile, Ala., trucking firm has joined the long list of transportation firms filing suit against Pilot Flying J in the wake of a federal investigation of allegations of a rebate skimming scam."
- "Top draft pick Barkevious Mingo on mission to prove himself" (Beacon Journal) - "Those who know Browns rookie outside linebacker Barkevious Mingo have a lasting image of his infectious grin imprinted on their minds. They remember him exuding charisma as he strutted through the hallways of West Monroe High School in Louisiana wearing Nike flip-flops with a Velcro strap."
- "Hall of Famer Gene Hickerson’s bust to be on display at Ole Miss" (Morning Journal) - "The Pro Football Hall of Fame bust of the late Gene Hickerson has found a permanent home at University of Mississippi. The Oxford Eagle reports that the bust was presented to Ole Miss by Hickerson’s family."
- "From humble beginnings, the Pro Football Hall of Fame celebrates 50 years" (Plain Dealer) - "Somewhere between exhibits featuring pro football’s 'birth certificate' and Pete Rozelle’s manual typewriter, Joe Horrigan stood for a moment Wednesday in the renovated rotunda and listened to the whir of activity surrounding him."
- "Broncos sign left tackle Clady to 5-year contract" (AP) - "The Denver Broncos locked up Peyton Manning's blindside protector Sunday, signing left tackle Ryan Clady to a five-year deal worth up to $57.5 million. The Broncos and Clady have been at odds over a long-term contract for more than a year."
- "Redskins yet to determine RG3's status for training camp" (SI.com) - "Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is working to recover from his torn ACL that he suffered at the end of last season, and he has been passing nearly every test with flying colors if you are to believe the reports."
- "Jairus Byrd, Bills remain at impasse" (ESPN) - "The Buffalo Bills and safety Jairus Byrd have no contract talks scheduled for Monday, the deadline for franchised players to sign long-term deals, a source close to the talks told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter."
- "Potential AFC breakthrough players" (Sports Xchange) - "From rookies to fifth-year veterans, NFL teams in the American Football Conference are eyeing potential breakthrough players to help boost success in the 2013 season."