- "Terrance West on one-cut runs: 'That's where I get my money at'" (Plain Dealer) - "Johnny Manziel's gesture for making money already is a pop-culture sensation. It's depicted on T-shirts. It became a popular Twitter avatar with fans substituting Brownie the Elf for Manziel."
- "Browns should cut troubled Gordon" (Morning Journal) - "'It’s fairly obvious that using substances is more important to him than anything else.' Fairly? When NFL Hall of Fame receiver Cris Carter made that declaration earlier this week, speaking of troubled Browns’ receiver Josh Gordon, it was clear that 'anything else' included his career."
- "Josh Gordon Files Not Guilty Plea For Speeding Ticket" (92.3 The Fan) - "Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon has plead not guilty to a speeding ticket. Gordon’s attorney Gary Vick Jr. filed the plea with the Berea Municipal Court Tuesday court records show."
- "Who is under more pressure: Manziel or Hoyer?" (NFL.com) - VIDEO
- "The full Kaepernick contract details" (PFT) - "In response to our item suggesting that the Colin Kaepernick deal, trumpeted as being worth 'up to' $126 million with $61 million guaranteed contains plenty of fluff, a league source with knowledge of the deal sent the details to PFT, and multiple other sources have chimed in on the contents of the contract."
- "NFL suspends Jayron Hosley" (ESPN) - "Another member of the New York Giants' secondary has been suspended for violating the NFL's drug policy as cornerback Jayron Hosley will miss the first four games of the 2014 season, it was announced Wednesday."
- "Vernon Davis monitoring Jimmy Graham's situation" (NFL.com) - "San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis has been willing to skip voluntary offseason workouts -- and his $200,000 bonus -- to pursue a new deal with the team that drafted him."
- "After a 2013 season to forget, Von Miller must reinvent himself" (SI.com) - "They talk about him like he's a ghost, like it was a million years ago, back when he used to laugh and joke, when he'd parade around in his giant glasses after pummeling opponents."