- "Josh Gordon unravels Browns' hopes" (ESPN) - "The Cleveland Browns better enjoy every last second of optimism that comes from having a plethora of selections in this year's draft. They should dream about quarterback Johnny Manziel someday winning big games while cornerback Justin Gilbert forms a lethal duo with Pro Bowler Joe Haden in their secondary."
- "Browns GM open to different routes for replacing Josh Gordon" (ABJ) - "Browns General Manager Ray Farmer has a game plan for how to fill the expected void of receiver Josh Gordon’s looming suspension, which he virtually confirmed Saturday as he addressed fans’ frustration."
- "Ray Farmer had a plan and refused to let anything make him deviate from it" (C-T) - "Elvis has entered the building. He wasn’t joined by any receivers. After three days of trades, picks, reports, no-comments and huge emotional swings in Cleveland, the NFL Draft concluded Saturday night."
- "Reliving Manziel's whirlwind weekend" (FSO) - "Next weekend, the Cleveland Browns will hold a formal rookie minicamp. Johnny Football will then play some actual football. As the Browns now know, lots and lots of people will be watching -- at least as much they can. The camp is closed to the public."
- "Eagles trade Bryce Brown to Bills" (ESPN) - "The Philadelphia Eagles traded running back Bryce Brown to the Buffalo Bills on Saturday."
- "Mike Zimmer: Teddy Bridgewater could start in 2014" (NFL.com) - "Conceding that No. 3 overall pick Blake Bortles has 'some development to do,' the Jacksonville Jaguars plan to ease their rookie quarterback in behind Chad Henne this season."
- "Bills should have simply made a run at Jimmy Graham" (PFT) - "The Bills made a big splash on the first night of the draft, sending the ninth overall pick in the draft, a 2015 first-round selection, and a 2015 fourth-round pick to the Browns for the ability to secure the rights to receiver Sammy Watkins."
- "Veteran players on notice after 2014 NFL draft include BenJarvus Green-Ellis, Nick Fairley" (SI.com) - "With the 2014 NFL draft now in the rear-view mirror, teams will turn their focus toward the battle for roster spots and playing time."