- "Brian Hoyer making progress at first minicamp of Mike Pettine era" (Morning Journal) - "One day of minicamp into 2014 and Brian Hoyer is already complaining to his new head coach. But don’t worry. It’s the kind of complaint that makes Mike Pettine smile."
- "Pettine's intriguing thinking on NFL QBs" (ESPN) - "Quarterback talk continues to dominate the discussion about the Cleveland Browns as the NFL draft approaches -- and coach Mike Pettine gave some clear feelings about his thinking toward the position after the team’s first voluntary minicamp workout."
- "Jordan Cameron not talking about possible contract extension" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns tight end Jordan Cameron is amenable to discussing many topics these days – his Pro-Bowl experience, his desire to improve on a breakout 2013 season, the upcoming visit from his young son, Tristan."
- "Phil Savage provides insight into lessons from Browns 2007 NFL Draft" (WFNY) - "Phil Savage was full of Browns intel on Twitter yesterday. It was pretty high level draft philosophy, but it’s interesting for Browns fans to see how he looks back on drafting QBs like Kyle Boller and Brady Quinn."
- "Texans may still be debating Clowney vs. Manziel" (PFT) - "With nine days to go until the 2014 draft, there’s still little clarity on what the Texans will do with the first overall pick."
- "Dallas Cowboys ‘absolutely’ not drafting Johnny Manziel" (SI.com) - "The chatter about the possibility of the Dallas Cowboys moving up to select Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel is sure to continue until next week’s 2014 NFL draft, but there are conflicting reports about just how likely that scenario is."
- "A.J. McCarron told he'll be taken between No. 16 and 35" (CBS) - "It's silly season right now, a time when the NFL world is covered in smoke. Anything you hear is a lie, whether you're a media member, fan or even a player. So take what A.J. McCarron was told by teams with a grain of salt."
- "Richard Sherman extension next for Seattle Seahawks" (NFL.com) - "After the Seattle Seahawks made Earl Thomas the NFL's highest-paid safety on Monday, Marc Sessler pointed out that All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman is next in line for a payday."