- "Out of the ordinary" (ESPN The Mag) - "Last May, Mike Pettine took a seat in a classroom at the Wharton School of Business in Philadelphia, where the NFL was holding a symposium for assistant coaches and deputy executives who held grander aspirations."
- "Alex Mack still getting no interest" (PFT) - "Alex Mack’s agents believe that an offer sheet for the transition-tagged center can be crafted that the Browns won’t match. Alex Mack’s agents have yet to find any takers, even though getting Mack would entail no compensation to Cleveland."
- "Cornerback Aaron Berry visits Cleveland, according to report" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "The Browns’ search for a cornerback included a visit from Aaron Berry. The New York Post reported Berry visited the Browns on Monday. A team spokesman wouldn’t confirm the visit."
- "Browns' QB scouting process gets stranger" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Dubious diligence: For a team whose head coach labeled quarterback as the team’s 'obvious' priority, the Browns have had a funny/bizarre/dubious (choose one) way of scouting the top quarterbacks in the coming draft."
- "Potential landing spots for Eagles' DeSean Jackson" (NFL.com) - "Just when free agency was starting to wind down, the offseason Football Gods bestowed upon us a glorious gift."
- "Cam Newton to have surgery" (ESPN) - "Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton will undergo ankle surgery Wednesday to repair an issue that has lingered since the end of the season."
- "DT Henry Melton agrees to terms with Cowboys" (CBS Sports) - "If you like solving riddles on Twitter, former Bears defensive tackle Henry Melton has a doozy for you."
- "Jim Irsay voluntarily checks into a ‘highly-respected health care facility’" (SI.com) - "On Monday morning, Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay was arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated."