- "After more than 40 veteran player transactions, Browns' roster depth and competitiveness have been improved" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Roster reset: Not counting the draft and undrafted signees, the new Browns’ football operations regime of GM Ray Farmer and coach Mike Pettine has made roughly 40 player transactions since jointly taking over on Feb. 11."
- "Browns experimenting with MarQueis Gray as their No. 1 fullback" (ABJ) - "Versatility that led to offensive creativity proved to be MarQueis Gray’s calling card as a rookie with the Browns. Signed by the San Francisco 49ers as an undrafted free agent from the University of Minnesota and later claimed off waivers by the Browns a week before the season opener..."
- "Assessing the Browns salary cap situation" (ESPN) - "The Cleveland Browns still have $25.535 million in available salary cap space, per ESPN’s Roster Management System. That is the second highest amount of cap space in the league, behind only Jacksonville ($28.477 million)."
- "Browns Beat: The 'Win Tax' Explained" (92.3 The Fan) - "Daryl Ruiter joined Baskin & Phelps Thursday to discuss the newly proposed 'Win Tax' following a press conference to explain what the specifics are, why it may or may not work, and more."
- "NO MAN IS AN ISLAND" (Sports on Earth) - "It's only June, so it's tough to really tell which NFL offseason moves will have the most impact on the league. All of it is pure guesswork. But it's safe to say that the Patriots are happy to see Darrelle Revis on their sidelines, for once."
- "Texans might cut a quarterback before training camp" (CBS) - "Three's not always a crowd in quarterback competitions, but four definitely is -- and Bill O'Brien seems to understand that."
- "Julio Jones doesn’t expect to be full speed until camp" (PFT) - "The Falcons are waiting for wide receiver Julio Jones‘ foot to heal enough for him to make a full return to the practice field, but it doesn’t sound like that is going to happen until the team gathers for training camp this summer."
- "Contract talks begin with Demaryius & Julius Thomas" (NFL.com) - "When the Denver Broncos allowed Eric Decker to hit the open market in March, it was with the understanding that salary cap space would be needed to extend the contracts of Demaryius Thomas and Julius Thomas."