- "Mike Lombardi on the rookie draft class: Play time is more important than who gets introduced" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Media had been requesting an availability with Mike Lombardi for days and after it was granted on Wednesday it was a textbook example of 'be careful what you ask for.'"
- "Jordan Norwood hopes to secure roster spot, rebound from injury plagued season" (Beacon Journal) - "Browns wide receiver Jordan Norwood has made enough spectacular catches during training camp to fill a highlight reel, but he’s still bitter about the pass he couldn’t haul in Monday as he dived and bobbled the ball while somersaulting backward in the end zone."
- "Craig Robertson has more goals to achieve" (Morning Journal) - "The Browns did not shop for an inside linebacker in free agency or the draft in 2013 for one specific reason; they already had Craig Robertson."
- "Marshall Faulk sees greatness and an every-down back in Cleveland Browns' Trent Richardson" (Plain Dealer) - "With Hall of Famers streaming into town this week for the Hall's 50th anniversary weekend, Trent Richardson shared the practice field Wednesday with two legendary running backs in Jim Brown and Marshall Faulk."
- "NFL Pro Bowl rosters to be determined by draft" (AP) - "The NFL Pro Bowl rosters for next year will be selected in a draft by team captains, with Deion Sanders and Jerry Rice assisting as alumni captains."
- "Seventeen Hall of Famers ask Goodell for help with medical care" (SI.com) - "Seventeen Pro Football Hall of Famers and Dave Robinson, who will be inducted this weekend, have signed a letter telling NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell they are concerned about medical care for former players and the league's 'continued denial of the link between repeated head impacts and permanent brain damage.'"
- "Ed Reed post-Super Bowl text to Andre Johnson: 'Get me to Houston'" (CBS Sports) - "After the Baltimore Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII in February over the 49ers, safety Ed Reed wasn't thinking about going to Disney World or Bourbon Street, he was thinking about going somewhere else: Houston."
- "Cris Carter's top 10 NFL receivers" (ESPN) - "The first thing I noticed when putting together my list of the league's 10 best wide receivers is that size really does matter. I was a big receiver when I played in the NFL. My head coach in Minnesota, Dennis Green, loved wideouts with plenty of size."