- "Jim Nantz: Mike Lombardi tried to execute the Browns' trade for 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Hello, friends: When CBS Sports lead NFL announcer Jim Nantz rushed to the defense of friend Mike Lombardi amid torrential criticism 16 months ago, his famous out-of-character diatribe was aimed at me."
- "Kosar pleads to lesser charge" (AP) - "Former NFL quarterback Bernie Kosar pleaded no contest Monday to a reckless operation charge after blaming knee and ankle surgeries for not performing a field sobriety test during a traffic stop last year."
- "Brady Quinn: Baltimore Ravens almost drafted me" (NFL.com) - "Seven years ago today, the Browns swung a trade with the Dallas Cowboys to make Brady Quinn the 22nd overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft. According to the former Notre Dame quarterback, he very nearly became the property of Cleveland's bitter division rival."
- "Farmer Says 'There Are Not A Lot Of Franchise QB’s In The NFL'" (92.3) - "Cleveland Browns General Manager Ray Farmer joined Baskin & Phelps after his pre draft press conference. In his interview with the guys he discussed the teams philosophy heading into next weeks draft, his thoughts on certain players, and his thoughts on the teams current roster."
- "Seahawks give Earl Thomas a four-year, $40 million extension" (USA TODAY) - "The Seattle Seahawks locked up one of the most important players on a championship roster for the long haul Monday."
- "Bridgewater has loss-of-value policy" (ESPN) - "If Teddy Bridgewater doesn't get picked in the first round of next month's NFL draft and can prove he has an injury or illness, he will collect a tax-free $5 million."
- "Sources: Saints RB Mark Ingram's fifth-year option won't be picked up" (CBS) - "Sources tells CBSSports.com the New Orleans Saints do not intend to exercise the fifth-year option on running back Mark Ingram for the 2015 season."
- "Josh Morgan charged with assault, days after signing with the Bears" (PFT) - "Multiple reports say Morgan was arrested and faces a charge of misdemeanor simple assault."