- "Browns not done rebuilding" (ESPN) - "A year ago, the Cleveland Browns were building a roster for the future as the franchise changed hands. The outgoing Mike Holmgren administration sacrificed 2012 victories to restock the offense with better athletes."
- "Davone Bess relishes the role of mentor to younger players" (ESPN Cleveland) - "The pro’s pro: By now, everybody knows the prototype of the Rob Chudzinski and Norv Turner receiver. Bigger, taller, faster, younger. Think Josh Gordon. Davone Bess is none of that. He’s smaller, shorter, slower, older. So why is he here?"
- "Joe Thomas’ Legendary Vision: Lead Browns Back To Playoffs" (92.3 The Fan) - "Cleveland Browns left tackle Joe Thomas has heard the stories of what Cleveland is like when the Browns are winning. But it’s been so long since the franchise was even consistently mediocre that the stories have now become legends."
- "Robertson still driven by long-shot status" (ClevelandBrowns.com) - "Cleveland Browns linebacker Craig Robertson is motivated to play football by something other than money or fame. He is driven by constantly reminding himself of the difficult path he traveled to the NFL."
- "Robert Griffin III: 'No pain' in surgically repaired right knee" (SI.com) - "During a 7-on-7 drill in shorts at Washington Redskins training camp, Robert Griffin III rolled left and couldn't find an open receiver. He started to scramble, saw a lane and ran for 15 yards."
- "Report: Geno Smith looks out of shape at Jets camp" (PFT) - "In the race to become the Jets’ starting quarterback, Geno Smith is lagging behind Mark Sanchez in at least one respect: Physical conditioning."
- "Titans' Johnson happy, eager to prove he can dominate again" (CBS Sports) - "Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson won't say who won his race against the cheetah."
- "Ravens re-sign Vonta Leach" (ESPN) - "The Baltimore Ravens re-signed Vonta Leach, coach John Harbaugh announced after Monday's practice. The Pro Bowl fullback signed a two-year contract Monday after being released by the Ravens in June."